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Regional Leadership Networks

Updated: Jan 22

Leader (noun): Any person with influence overseeing others within an organization (for-profit, non-profit, govt, school, church, etc.)


Leaders face a constantly changing environment. For leaders who lead themselves poorly; their employees, culture, volunteers, mission, profit, and family suffer. We believe this is a pervasive issue; costing trillions. Leaders need to Win at Home First, and at Work.


Developing Regional Leadership Networks to connect and capitalize on the existing local leadership assets while absorbing connection and strength from national voices. Thus creating wide-to-narrow pathways towards health and in an ecosystem of individual and communal support.


Every Leader engaging in the majority of following supports:

  1. Coach (individual)

  2. Cohort (group)

  3. Confidant (deep friendships)

  4. Counselor (healing the past so to step forward)

  5. Content (applicable & life-giving)

  6. Community (mutually supporting all of the above)

  7. Compassion (caring for others)


  • Map all existing leadership resources (people, events, etc.) in a region.

  • Map estimated number of leaders by sector within a region.

  • Interconnect leaders of leaders, coaches and mentors, to track number of existing leaders in Individual and Group Coaching.

  • Develop ongoing rhythmic and collaborative trust-filled community.

  • Utilize events like Live2Lead, Global Leadership Summit, Leadercast, and other regional leadership events as community-builders and feeder systems to recruit more leaders into this healthy-leader ecosystem.

  • Establish collective goals by sector and resource and track results

Inspirational Reinforcement:

  • "When you become better, we all become better".

  • "As goes the leader, so goes the organization."

  • "Everything rises and falls on leadership."

  • "You can Win both at work, and at home. Win at Home First."

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