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.
Once Connected, Always Connected. Stay in touch with your fellow WRLP / Leadership Wisconsin alumni through this password protected resource.
Your monthly update where you can read about programming opportunities, upcoming events, and alumni happenings all in one place.
Croatia with its ancient city walls or Finland with vivid Northern Lights? Which international leadership experience will you choose?
Do you have a favorite book on leadership or management? Would you like to share that knowledge with others? Let us know!
If you are looking to continue your leadership journey at a local level, Leadership Wisconsin offers a list of our excellent partner programs.
Nominate a deserving WRLP/Leadership Wisconsin alumni for one of the Leadership Wisconsin awards. Recognize the great work of our alumni.
Written by: Tim Baye, Co-Chair, Leadership Wisconsin 2018 Croatia Seminar The title of our international seminar originated not in a brain-storming event involving Leadership Wisconsin folks stoked on too much coffee. No, this title reflects a moment, shall I be so bold as to claim an epiphany, in the middle of June 2001. I was […]
Written by : Aleksandar Erceg, Co-Chair, Leadership Wisconsin 2018 Croatia Seminar And there it is – Dubrovnik! The jewel of the Mediterranean and Croatia, the former independent city Republic, a MUST see in Croatia…. Just let yourself finish these sentences. This will be last stop of your trip in Croatia and this is the last blog (article) […]
Written by : Aleksandar Erceg, Co-Chair, Leadership Wisconsin 2018 Croatia Seminar There is no place like Split Welcome to Split! City of Split is almost 17 centuries old. It dates from the time the Roman Emperor Diocletian who built his palace on the peninsula near Romany City Salona (today Solin). During the last 1700 years, Diocletian’s […]