One of our city’s best kept secrets, Leadership Saskatoon has been providing high-level programming to develop and support leaders in our community for over 18 years. Leadership Saskatoon’s flagship program is a 10-month leadership development program designed for established and emerging leaders in the not for profit, public and business sectors.
Leadership Saskatoon is an intensive, comprehensive "masters series" in leadership that allows you to grow and develop new concepts and unlearn old habits.
As a participant you will receive:
EXPLORE THE 2019-20 PROGRAM TOPICS & DATES HERE
APPLICATION DEADLINE:The application deadline for the 2019-2020 program is May 31, 2019
Leadership Saskatoon values diversity and consideration is given to ensure that chosen candidates represent a variety of sectors, experiences and backgrounds. We accept up to 30 participants each year.
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The Government of Saskatchewan offers grants to support leadership training. The Canada Saskatchewan Job Grant is intended to assist employers from the private or not-for-profit sectors and will fund up to 2/3 of the training costs associated with eligible training programs.
For more information please visit the Can Sask Job Grant website
We also offer many short duration professional development opportunities throughout the year! Check out the details on our free hour-long Lunch & Learns or join our mailing list to be notified of upcoming workshops.
Don Ravis served as the first Board Chair of Leadership Saskatoon and played an important role in the initiation and development of the program in 2001. The Don Ravis-Leadership Saskatoon Alumni Award is awarded to a member of the alumni who has evolved as a community leader while embracing Leadership Saskatoon's values and knowledge and has consistently applied them within the community.
On June 4, 2018 Leadership Saskatoon presented the 2018 Don Ravis-Leadership Saskatoon Alumni Award to Alumna Kelley Moore, Class of 2002.
Kelley is a proud Leadership Saskatoon graduate who sincerely believes her learnings from the program were instrumental in setting her leadership path. She approaches her work and personal life as a servant leader and is deeply committed to helping individuals, organizations and communities be all that they can be. Through her work and volunteer activities Kelley embraces the values of Leadership Saskatoon of citizen engagement, collaboration and lifelong learning. Learn more about Kelley.