Witty Dairy Dude – Session 3 – Katherine Freund

Witty Dairy Dude by Katherine Freund Leadership Waupaca County Class 20, Session 3 had a full packed agenda of agriculture and dairy speakers.  Our first speaker, Greg Blonde, was loaded with statistics and shared data that illuminated the importance of farming in our community. Richard Wagner, a lifelong dairy farmer, was a humble man with a […]

Read More...

Leading Across Boundaries – Blog Post Session 2

Leading Across Boundaries by Nick Desrochers At Fox Valley Technical College in Clintonville, we had the privilege of hearing from Lyna M. Matesi, a professor from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. Lyna shared the ways we can lead by going across boundaries.  We have to span our boundaries outside of our circle to make […]

Read More...

Vulnerability:Why do we need it? Blog Post Session 2

Vulnerability: Why do we need it?  by Katie Gerrits We talked about vulnerability quite a bit in session two. Not only is “leaning into vulnerability” the focus of Brené Brown’s book: Dare to Lead, but vulnerability can also go hand-in-hand with our guest speaker Lyna Matesi’s topic of Leading Across Boundaries. For me, the topic […]

Read More...

Real Colors

Real Colors By Lori Schmidt Imagine having the ability to clearly communicate your thoughts and ideas to coworkers, friends and family. Picture yourself having a unique level of insight into the things that motivate you and others. Envision achieving all the things you want from life, both personally and professionally. You see, the power to […]

Read More...

The Five Ground Rules for Leadership Waupaca County

The Five Ground Rules for Leadership Waupaca County by Michael Lee Last week was our first session of Leadership Waupaca County. We met at the beautiful Clear Water Harbor Bar located in King Wisconsin. During our day we did many activities and also had the privilege of listening to a wonderful talk from Dr. Jasia […]

Read More...
robin with a worm (early bird)

Early Bird Discount Ends June 15!!

Everyone likes to save money, right?! Apply for Class XX by June 15 and received a $50 discount off the cost of the program. Apply online or drop off an application. Important info can be found here.  

Read More...

Class XVII Community Projects

From October 2016 – May 2017, LWC Class XVII participants brainstormed, planned, prioritized, and developed strategies to tackle issues they felt were important to Waupaca County and its residents. Following are summaries, in their own words, of their projects and why they chose to work on them as well as links to the videos for […]

Read More...