Other North Carolina Programs

Other North Carolina Programs

Community Voices: Leadership Development for Community Decision Making

Community Voices is a leadership development program designed to help limited-resource and other non-traditional leaders develop skills to solve community problems.

If Not You, Who? Taking a Stand to Help Young People in Your Community – The Asset Building: A Community Approrach Curriculum

Program trains community leaders to use the developmental assets framework to address issues facing youth in their communities.

North Carolina Rural Economic Development Leadership Program

The North Carolina Rural Economic Development Institute is a leadership development program that provides participants with the knowledge, skills and insights they need to bring about positive change in today’s challenging economic environment.
(919) 250-4314

MDC, INC

MDC’s mission is to advance the South through strategies that expand opportunity,
reduce poverty, and build inclusive communities. MDS analyzes trends to identify
challenges that impede progress for the South and its people and works to address those
challenges from multiple angles. Core strategies include developing responsive
public policies; demonstrating effective programs; building institutional and community
capacity for progress; and informing the public dialogue. Leadership training occurs as part of the project work
(919) 968-4531

Wildacres Leadership Initiative

The Wildacres Leadership Initiative seeks to create a community of individuals committed individually and collectively to promoting improved human relations among and expanded opportunities for all North Carolinians. The Initiative’s signature program is the William C. Friday Fellowship for Human Relations, a two-year program that brings together a group of individuals, who represent the rich diversity in the state of North Carolina, into a single learning community.
(919) 286-7186
info@wildacresleadership.org

Center for Creative Leadership

The Center for Creative Leadership (CCL) is a nonprofit that serves as an international resource for increasing the leadership capabilities of individuals and organization from the public, private, and non-profit sectors. The organization works with some 20,000 leaders and 3,000 organizations each year at three locations in the U.S. and at locations in Europe and Asia.
(336) 288-7210
info@leaders.ccl.org

Leadership America North Carolina

Leadership America North Carolina recognizes, educates, and connects accomplished and diverse women in order to increase their individual and collective impact. It was created to support the growing number of women in executive leadership positions through a leadership development, capacity-building training model.
(704) 968-1987
info@leadershipamerica-nc.org

Rural Economic Development Institute

The North Carolina Rural Economic Development Institute offers a leadership development program that provides participants with the knowledge, skills and insights they need to bring about positive change in today’s challenging economic environment.
(919) 250-4314

Leadership North Carolina

The mission of the Leadership North Carolina Program is to develop and engage informed and committed leaders by advancing their leadership qualities and broadening their understanding of and involvement in issues and opportunities facing North Carolina. The program is aimed at people who have demonstrated community and professional leadership.
(919) 890-6250

Principled Leadership Training Program

A program of the Leadership Edge, a nonprofit organization
This program for Duke University business students is designed to help students prepare for the leadership expectations of future employers, learn the timeless principles of leadership needed in marriage, family and career, and gain practical understanding and experience in effective leadership.
(919) 493.6607

HART Leadership Program – Duke University

The mission of the Hart Leadership Program is to help Duke undergraduates become engaged citizens in a democratic society. By combining rigorous academic study with community-based service experiences, students are challenged to recognize and embrace their leadership potential.
(919) 613-7305

Duke University: Executive Education

Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business offers non-degree executive education programs that develop leadership skills. Course offerings include Dynamic Management and Innovative Leadership.
(800) 372-3932

Youth Leadership Charlotte

A program of Leadership Charlotte
The program seeks to help young people develop and apply leadership skills, develop an appreciation of the individual’s role in community service, develop an understanding of, and appreciation for diversity and its importance to the community, and develop greater understanding of community and contemporary issues through interaction and problem-solving with class peers and community leaders.
(704) 688-2888, Ext. 1
info@leadershipcharlotte.org