Building Regional Networking Capacity Through Leadership Development: The Case of Leadership Northwest Missouri
Through a case study analysis of a regional leadership development program, this article describes the impact on individual and group leadership skills and how the skills are employed to benefit individual communities and the region as a whole. Data were obtained through surveys. Through cooperation and collaboration between and among leadership program graduates, leadership alumni, and other regional leaders, graduates grew personally and professionally, and built new networks that help them advance their communities and the region. The most significant implication for Extension from this study is the need to expand partnerships in order to better utilize resources.
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Maltsberger, B., & Majee, W. (2012). Building Regional Networking Capacity Through Leadership Development: The Case of Leadership Northwest Missouri. The Journal of Extension, 50(4), Article 4. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss4/4