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Practical Applications for Leadership Programming

March 26, 2018
2 pm Eastern, 1 pm Central, 12 pm Mountain, 11 am Pacific

What is one thing we all have in common? We all run dynamic leadership development programs and we all do it with our own unique twist. This webinar will explore some best practices for developing relevant and meaningful program days as well as reflection, evaluation and feedback methodologies. Following the examples provided by our guest speakers, Mary Beth Williams from Leadership Tampa & Dick Hammond from Leadership on the Move (Texas), participants will have an opportunity to discuss their own practices and strategize on how to incorporate useful techniques in their own programs to better enhance the overall experience for their constituents.


Dick Hammond

Dick Hammond, President, Leadership On The Move, TX dick@leadershiponthemove.com

Dick Hammond Details

Dick is the co-owner of Leadership On The Move, an experiential training and development company.  LOTM provides services to over 60 leadership programs nationwide for team development, leadership skills training, simulation events, challenge course adventure and other experiential education activities.  Dick is a former chair of CLA (Community Leadership Association).  He is a past President of the Texas Association of Leadership programs and a founder of the Metroplex Leadership network and the East Texas Leadership Network. 

Dick has been instrumental in forming nine programs and rebuilding/enhancing another eight leadership programs.  He also is one of forty Professional Vendors of the Association for Challenge Course Technology that trains facilitators to work on challenge (ropes course) courses.  He is an alumnus of Leadership Garland, TX where he continues to provide facilitation for that program since 1983.  He earned a BA in Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin State University in Texas.