“The best leaders turned out to be the best learners…Learning is the master skill. When you fully engage in learning – when you throw yourself whole-heartedly into experimenting, reflecting, reading, or being coached – you will experience the thrill of improvement and the taste of success.” J. Kouzes and B. Posner

Upon graduation from Leadership Montana, alumni are invited to continue their leadership journey through the Masters Class. Established in 2017, the Masters Class is a shorter and smaller class experience allowing participants to dive deeper into their own leadership journey. The Masters Class was born out of requests from Alumni for an additional in-depth experience to continue their leadership journey.

The Masters Class experience will build on the Leadership Montana experience by digging deeper into leadership development, Gracious Space and community issues.

Is the Masters Class right for you? Do you need to:

-          Build collaboration, teamwork and trust?
-          Strengthen the ability of others to excel?
-          Experiment with innovative ideas and learn from accompanying mistakes?
-          Inspire others to share a common vision?
-          Clarify and communicate your fundamental values and beliefs?
-          Increase your personal capacity for courageous collaboration?
-          Learn an approach for embracing vulnerability and reality?

The Masters Class is a 4 session experience.
The class is limited to 24 participants.
Tuition is $3000, limited scholarships are available. 

Session 1: October 27-29, 2021
Session 2: February 2-4, 2022
Session 3: April 27-29, 2022
Graduation and Celebrate Montana Dinner: June 1-3, 2022

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* 1. First Name

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* 2. Last Name

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* 3. Contact information:

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* 4. What year did you graduate from Leadership Montana?

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* 5. Current Organization:

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* 6. Type of Organization:

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* 7. Current Job Title:

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* 8. How have you applied the tools, insights, and lessons learned from your Leadership Montana experience in your ongoing leadership journey?

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* 9. What specific skills or knowledge do you hope to gain from a second Leadership Montana experience?

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* 10. What contributions do you hope to make to this experience?

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* 11. Have you served in public or  political office?

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* 12. If you answered "YES" to the question above, please explain here:

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* 13. Your success in this experience  and any training is dependent on support and commitment from your supervisor/employer/sponsor/partner.  This person is part of your accountability for the growth and change of your experience in the program. Who are you accountable to for this experience?

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* 14. Any participant missing more than one session for whatever reason may be asked to withdraw from the program with no portion of the tuition refunded. Missing any session or portion of a session will detract from the experience for both you and your classmates. 

Session dates:
Session 1: October 27-29, 2021
Session 2: February 2-4, 2022
Session 3: April 27-29, 2022
Graduation and Celebrate Montana Dinner: June 1-3, 2022 

At this point, will you be missing any days of our class sessions? If so, what dates will you be absent?

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* 15. Do you need scholarship support?

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* 16. Anything else we should know?

Questions? Please contact us. 
Jennifer Davis, Alumni Director - jen@leadershipmontana.org
406-461-6642
Chantel Schieffer, President/CEO - chantel@leadershipmontana.org
406-594-1300

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