Two dozen individuals representing a variety of organizations have enrolled in the 2017-2018 Executive Leadership Roundtable (ELR). Designed for top management, leaders, business owners and the like, ELR is truly not a leadership training exercise. After a month of interviews with many more than accepted into the class, this group size is tied with last year’s class. Bringing a group of leaders from different walks of lives, educational background and leadership styles was accomplished on the first day, referred to as Orientation Day. That day featured a host of activities and guest speaker Corona Chief of Police, Mike Abel who provided a perspectives and tips on effective leadership styles that can be incorporated into all rank and file employees/ companies. Each of the 10 full day sessions are typically themed, with specific goals and intentional focus. The second class themed: Arts, Culture and History of the greater Corona area, where the class toured various historic locations from the Chapel (originally part of Norconian facility, and currently part of the California Rehabilitation Center). They had an opportunity to meet with a panel of elected officials from Congressman Calvert, State Senator Richard Roth, and State Assembly Woman Sabrina Cervantes. As well, they attended a luncheon with US Senator Feinstein as the guest speaker. In addition to those highlights, future classes will be Government Day – specific to City of Corona with department heads and key leaders within the city. This year, an added day will embrace a full day of Non-Profit Services available within our greater Corona Area. Education, Military, Public Safety, Health / Human Services and Economic Days will be forthcoming.
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