Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy: Raising Leaders

Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy: Raising Leaders

by Susan Neuhalfen

WALL or Women of Argyle Leaving a Legacy will be changing things up this year for their newest leadership conference. This year’s focus is on the next generation, our greatest legacy.

“An essential ingredient for healthy leadership is the ability to raise up other leaders,” said the Community Outreach, Team Building & Event Coordinator for Cinnamon Creek Ranch. “Whether you have children or not, we all know its our duty to educate ourselves and others in a changing world.”

WALL is an all-day leadership conference, focusing on many topics that affect women as well as men. The conference will be held on Thursday, March 22 from 9am-2pm at Cinnamon Creek Ranch, 13794 Old Denton Rd in Roanoke.

The general topics that will be discussed at the conference include:
• OH These Millennials – Learning to Communicate at Every Level
• Financial Fitness – Spend, Save, Share
• Respect for Self & Others – Teaching Self-Respect & Discipline to Today’s Youth
• Today’s Technologies – Protection, Limits & Ramifications
• Strength Finders for Children – Identifying & Working within Strengths
• Forming your Learning Environment – How to Study & Setting your Schedule
• Dating – The Levels of their Dating Endorphins

“This is discipleship at its best: raising up the next generation of leaders who will carry on in our fast-paced world,” they said. “In my limited experience, I’ve found that Millennials eagerly look for people to invest in them and challenge them.”

Though originally designed as a women’s conference, this conference has always been open to and included men both as speakers and participants, and raising leaders is a topic that affects everyone: employers, parents, grandparents, youth leaders, counselors, educators and anyone who is striving to develop leaders and influence the next generation.

To attend, register at argylechamber.org or by calling 940-464-9990. Register by March 1 to get a discount on the price of the ticket.


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