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Third Wednesday of each month
January 24-May 16

Are you a female business, community or ministry leader in central PA? Do you have a desire to grow as a leader alongside like-minded women as you seek to fulfill your calling in life?

If so, this two-part luncheon event has been tailored with you in mind. Feel free to attend one or both parts. Bring your own lunch or pre-order from our choices and it will be ready when you arrive.

Pre-registration is appreciated but not required unless you want us to provide your lunch.

Note:  Beginning in June of 2018, the Leading Ladies Luncheon will move to the fourth Wednesday of each month.

Questions? Contact Jamey McClintock, Director of Women of CLA, at jameymcclintock@clacamphill.com
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Implementation & Collaboration        1:00 to 2:00 PM 

For those that can stay longer, we invite you to bring along your team or collaborate with other attendees on developing a strategy for how to implement the concepts that were shared in the video teaching.

Lunch & Leadership Education          12:15 to 1:00 PM

Each event will consist of 20 minutes of personal development and leadership training while you enjoy your lunch.  During the next 20 to 30 minutes, you will have a chance to network with other leading ladies.


May 16: Giving and Receiving Feedback (Part 1)

"Leaders who don't listen to others will eventually be surrounded by people who have nothing to say." --Andy Stanley


June 27:  Giving and Receiving Feedback (Part 2)

Highlight coming soon


PRIOR LUNCHEON TOPICS AND RESOURCES

April 16, 2108 Multiplying Your time

“There is nothing so useless as doing efficiently that which should not be done at all.” —Peter Drucker

February 21: Anticipatory Leadership (Part 2)

"The difference between a good leader and a great leader is one who learns to anticipate rather than react."--Craig Groeschel

January 24: Anticipatory Leadership (Part 1)

"Most big problems were small problems that weren't handled. See problems early and handle them quickly." --Craig Groeschel, Anticipatory Leadership