Pointing leaders to their maximum potential
Are you looking for a group of like-minded leaders who are interested in growing their leadership potential? The Grand Point Leadership Network is all about pointing leaders toward maximum potential by expanding leadership influence, sharpening leadership skills, and developing leadership connections.
Other networks are doing an excellent job of raising awareness of community needs and happenings, as well as strengthening organizational leadership. The GPLN is about helping us as leaders take our next steps in our leadership journey. We are focused on cultivating healthy leaders because we believe when leaders get better, everyone wins!
Following the Global Leadership Summit in August 2016, this group has formed as a venue for development, growth, and networking among community leaders.
Monthly breakfast gatherings began in September 2016 centered around teaching from the GLS, interviews with community leaders, and round table discussion about leadership themes.
These gatherings generally take place on the fourth Wednesday morning each month from 7:15-8:30 AM at Chambersburg First Church of God.
Develop your leadership connections. Expand your leadership influence. Sharpen your leadership skills.
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