Charleston Metro Chamber Announces Fall 2018 Leadership Discovery Graduates

Leadership Discovery, a leadership development program by the Charleston Metro Chamber, has announced the Fall 2018 graduates. The program is an innovative, skills-based experience that allows members the opportunity to learn from experienced executives in the Charleston region.

“I am incredibly grateful for the Leadership Discovery experience. We were connected with many wonderful leaders from a variety of industries, who were kind enough to share their leadership styles and experiences. They answered our questions honestly, and they openly discussed how they handle both successes and mishaps,” said Ashley Heffernan, Director of Communications and Operations, Tri-County Cradle to Career. “I am now more confident in how to handle difficult situations, and I have more meaningful connections around the region. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to learn and grow in their career.”

“I am now more confident in how to handle difficult situations, and I have more meaningful connections around the region. I would recommend this program to anyone looking to learn and grow in their career.”

Featured executives included:

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Participants in Leadership Discovery received personalized DISC assessments by Jean Meeks-Koch, Ph.D., CEO and Founder of Positively People. During monthly sessions, they networked, attended a business etiquette dinner and honed their personal and professional skills. Additionally, the intimate sessions with five top leaders in our region allowed participants to hear their personal leadership stories, learn about their unique perspectives and ask meaningful questions.

Leadership Discovery Class of Fall 2018

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Details regarding the next session of Leadership Discovery will be released in early 2019. Stay tuned to our emails and website for more details!

With Planning Commission having expressed its input, the proposed ordinance will return to Mount Pleasant Town Council for consideration of second reading. That vote is anticipated in early January. On first reading last month, Council gave the ordinance unanimous approval. We will continue to monitor this proposal and keep readers updated.

Happy Holidays to you and yours and looking forward to seeing you at Legislative Reception on January 10.

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