A leadership course was held at the Oxford Civic Center to help people better themselves both professionally, personally, and relationally. The Jacksonville State University Office of Continuing Education Outreach and the East Alabama Regional Planning Development Commission partnered to create this course to help people looking to better their leadership skills.
The leadership that works course is known to be engaging, informative, and entertaining. During the course, Instructor April Pate discussed a dozen ways to improve leadership skills. Some of those topics were, the foundation of leadership, the expansion of leadership, the quickest way to gain leadership, and more. Pate is a member of the 2018 graduating class for Leadership Calhoun County and she believes anyone can be a leader.
Pate adds that the course is known to impact in all areas of people’s lives helping to develop stronger relationships, improves communication, as well as strengthening ones career foundation.