what is lcc?
Leadership Cheyenne County (LCC) is a 10-month program that promotes a better understanding of our community, builds leadership skills, and develops a network of community leaders. Participants attend a day-long learning session each month, starting in September and ending in June.
The program is focused on leadership training and acclimation with issues and opportunities facing Cheyenne County. You’ll develop a deeper understanding of the fabric of our community, including government, businesses, and not-for-profit organizations. At the end of our program, we plan an overnight trip to Lincoln to visit the state legislature.
In addition to the world-class leadership training, you’ll build a network of contacts. Your classmates and contacts you make through the program will serve as great resources for many years ahead.
next session begins
Nine individual learning days that focus on different aspects of Cheyenne County. (8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m; time subject to change)
Team building training
Review of Cheyenne County history
Group volunteer project.
Our group will travel to Lincoln on one learning day to visit the legislature. This will involve an overnight stay.
Why We Do It | Our Purpose
To broaden and deepen the pool of community-based leaders…
People who will dedicate themselves to accomplishing worthwhile community goals with a sense of vision, purpose, excitement, and the common good. Participants will leave this program with an improved understanding of the potential of Cheyenne County and its citizens and the leadership skills necessary to advance Cheyenne County into the future.
Hello! I am the owner and Principal Consultant at JNW Consulting, LLC. JNW Consulting is a Nebraska-Based Leadership Consulting and Corporate Training firm established in 2015. We specialize in helping leaders and teams maximize potential by offering the following services: Strategic Planning, 360 Assessments, Executive Leadership Coaching, Corporate Training, and Organizational Development Consulting.
As the Primary Trainer and Leadership Coach for LCC, I look forward to helping you grow in your leadership capacity, confidence, and impact. – Jamie
Program Requirements & Fee
Participants for Leadership Cheyenne County will need to apply for review. Attendance is mandatory. Participants who miss more than one full day or two half-days will not be able to graduate with their current class. However, the participant may graduate with the following class upon attendance on the previously missed days.
**Applications will be accepted year-round and closed 3 weeks prior to the class beginning. **