For experienced leaders
Designed for experienced, established leaders. Primary topics covered are:
- Creating a Healthy Culture
- Elevating the Leaders Around You
- Leading Change
PLF Leaders Collaboratives meet from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM for six days of learning - two consecutive days (Tuesday/Wednesday) for three consecutive months.
COST - $3,500 includes all materials, assessments and meals. Scholarships are available thanks to the generosity of PLF donors.
THE EMERGING LEADERS COLLABORATIVE
For Next Generation leaders
Designed for next generation, aspiring leaders. Primary topics covered are:
- Achieving Your Leadership Potential
- Building and Sustaining Trusting Relationships
- Influencing Others for the Common Good
PLF Emerging Leaders Collaboratives meet from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM for six evenings of learning - two consecutive evenings (Tuesday/Wednesday) for three consecutive months.
COST - $1,500 includes all materials and assessments. Scholarships are available thanks to the generosity of PLF donors.
THE PLF COLLABORATIVE EXPERIENCE
PLF Leaders Collaboratives are dynamic, cohort-based experiences designed for Pittsburgh’s business leaders, not-for-profit leaders, church leaders, and civic leaders. As a Leaders Collaborative participant or an Emerging Leaders Collaborative participant, you will experience a distinct faith-based approach to leadership development that includes:
- Case studies of transformational leaders
- Multiple proven leadership assessments
- World-class leadership skill-building courses from Development Dimensions International (DDI)
- Q&A sessions with leaders who are making a difference in our city
- Small-group coaching to synthesize your learning into practical application
- All of the benefits afforded to graduates of PLF Leaders Collaboratives or Emerging Leaders Collaboratives including the opportunity to find a mentor and/or serve as a mentor
Your learning from Collaborative faculty and from fellow participants will forever change your perspective of leadership!
2023 DATES FOR PLF COLLABORATIVES
Spring LC/ELC Collaboratives
Tuesday/Wednesday, March 7-8
Tuesday/Wednesday, April 11-12
Tuesday/Wednesday, May 2-3
Fall LC/ELC Collaboratives
Tuesday/Wednesday, September 12-13
Tuesday/Wednesday, October 3-4
Tuesday/Wednesday, November 7-8
Emerging Leaders Mentoring Program
The Emerging Leaders Mentoring Program matches Next Generation Leaders who are graduates of the PLF Emerging Leaders Collaborative with Mentors who are graduates of the PLF Leaders Collaborative. Next Generation Leaders and Mentors are carefully matched, and they meet together once a month over a period of seven months with a primary focus on the Next Generation Leader’s professional goals. The process is facilitated by clear guidelines and tools provided by PLF designed to enhance communication and maximize impact. For more information, contact Dr. Erroline Williams, Director, Emerging Leaders Mentoring Program, at email@example.com
The faculty members that lead PLF Leaders Collaboratives and PLF Emerging Leaders Collaboratives have extensive leadership development and coaching experience serving Pittsburgh’s leaders.
LEE KRICHER, D.Min.
Dave D’Angelo is the Lead Pastor of North Way Christian Community. This role, coupled with the years he served as Executive Director of Development of NewPointe Community Church, has given him profound insights into developing leaders. He is a certified facilitator and coach of the Paterson Center StratOp Process, which equips leaders and teams to clarify their purpose, make their vision clear, and move forward with strategic impact. Dave earned his Bachelor’s degree from Geneva College and his Master’s degree from Duquesne University.
BILL ELLIS, D.Min.
Charles L Fischer III is the Vice President for Seminary Advancement at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He previously worked for a global investment banking firm, several institutions of higher learning, and served as rector/senior pastor of an Episcopal Church in Atlanta. Charles’ experience in business, not-for-profit and church leadership gives him a unique perspective on leadership development and effectiveness across sectors. He is a graduate of Morehouse College (B.A.) and Virginia Theological Seminary (M.Div.).
LINDA KRICHER, Ph.D.
RENÉE MACK, Ph.D.
Gloria Nelson is the Director of Development and Social Impact at Hosanna House, a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization providing health and human services to underserved children and families. She also coaches leaders and emerging leaders in the region. She has over 20 years of leadership experience at AT&T in business operations, project management, process management, training development and delivery, and leading large teams. Gloria earned a bachelor’s degree from Robert Morris University, a Master’s degree in Leadership and Business Ethics from Duquesne University, and is a graduate of Duquesne University’s Professional Coach Certification Program.
KATHERINE SIKMA WADSWORTH
Katherine Sikma Wadsworth is a leadership coach and organizational development consultant. With nearly 20 years’ experience in the church and nonprofit sectors, she is passionate about developing leaders and collaborating with others to find creative solutions to complex problems. Katherine has a Bachelor's degree in Communication from Calvin University, a Master's degree in Higher Education from Geneva College, and a Master's degree in Leadership from Duquesne University.
Doug Smith is the Director of Development at Light of Life Rescue Mission, a not-for-profit organization that brings hope and healing for men, women, and families experiencing homelessness, poverty, or addiction. He is also the Founder of L3 Leadership, a leadership development organization that connects and develops next generation leaders through podcasts, training, and the L3 One Day Conference. Doug earned his Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from Robert Morris University.
TERRY TIMM, D.Min.
Dr. Terry Timm is a pastor and a vocational coach who is passionate about helping people become everything God intended, created, redeemed and gifted them to be. His book, A Movable Feast: Worship for the Other Six Days calls people to a life of worship in the places they live, learn, work, serve and play. Terry has Bachelor and Master degrees in Music and Education from Duquesne University, a Master of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and his Doctor of Ministry from Northern Theological Seminary.
ERROLINE WILLIAMS, Ed.D.
PLF Partners with L3 Leadership
The Pittsburgh Leadership Foundation is pleased to partner with L3 Leadership
to provide you with these additional leadership development opportunities