As Leadership Wisconsin / WRLP alumni, you have experienced the transformation that accompanies developing close relationships, exploring new places and critical issues, and reaching outside your comfort zone. Continue to stay connected to Leadership Wisconsin and your fellow alumni through our monthly Alumni News and alumni-specific programming.
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Croatia with its ancient city walls or Finland with vivid Northern Lights? Which international leadership experience will you choose?
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Leadership Wisconsin is excited to announce a new program designed for individuals in local government who want to increase their impact and lead the way to greater results. The Wisconsin Local Government Leadership Academy is being offered in partnership with the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA). Mark O’Connell, Executive Director of WCA has been quoted as […]
I am honored to be a part of an organization that has had such a significant impact on so many lives over the decades, and I look to the future of Leadership Wisconsin with true excitement! I’m excited and committed to our mission because there has never been a greater need for more leaders in […]
Leadership Wisconsin’s 2018 International Travel Seminar was a fifteen-day educational experience in Croatia. Alumni and scholars joined Leadership Wisconsin Group XVII as they studied entrepreneurial leadership as it relates to the turmoil and transition of the country’s past and present. The group was led by co-chairs Tim Baye and Joan Gillman. Baye is a Professor of […]