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What To Expect

The 11-month LGM program features innovative monthly sessions held on the fourth Tuesday of the month at various locations across the community that enhance the learning experience. Members also participate in substantive team projects that focus on addressing important public issues. The program’s nimble curriculum reflects contemporary issues and frequently considers topics such as local government operations, K12 education, taxes, social services, veterans concerns, racial disparity, workforce and economic development and quality of life. The non-partisan, objective nature of the program provides participants with the opportunity for unique perspectives and insights of complicated community issues.
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a little about Our History

Leadership Greater Madison (LGM) is a non-partisan, civic-education and leadership-training program that helps educate and train Dane County’s future community leaders. For 25 years, it has provided experiential learning, networking opportunities and hands-on activities to participants from a wide-variety of backgrounds, including business, education, government and non-profit organizations.

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Reflections

HITTING THE STREETS - LGM26, June 2019

Exploring the world around you from different angles and varying perspectives helps leaders better understand, engage and lead. That was the motivation behind the LGM26 class’s 5th session when they hit the streets in a variety of neighborhoods to conduct community asset inventories. Click below for reflections on the experience from Alex Vitanye and Kyle Humphrey.

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EXPLORING THE HIGHS AND LOWS - LGM26, May 2019


The experiential learning aspect of LGM means participants don't just hear about important issues, they have a chance to see and engage with critical pieces of our community’s infrastructure. On this beautiful May day, LGM26 found themselves experiencing some serious highs and lows as they continued their LGM journey. Below are reflections on the fourth session from Mike Webber and Emily Endres Green.   

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COLLABORATION IS THE NAME OF THE GAME - LGM26, April 2019


The third session held on April 23, 2019 took LGM26 class members north of Madison to Sun Prairie to check out what kinds of important, collaborative work is being done there and elsewhere in the community. With a focus on working together, class members began their journey of exploration into some excellent, successful community partnership examples. Click below for reflections on the session from Ann Tieman, Alanna Meaderis and Nick Schroeder.   

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GETTING THE LAY OF THE LAND - LGM26, March 2019

LGM26 class members took time in March to get the "lay of the land" on some key topics of interest, thanks to some generous speakers who shared their experiences and expertise. This overview session will help lay the groundwork for the "deep dive" the class will take during the course of the year. Click below to read reflections on the session from Mindy Winter, Kwasi Obeng and Kristin Gilkes.  

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OFF TO A GREAT START! LGM26 - February 2019

The 26th Leadership Greater Madison cohort (LGM26) got off to a great start on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. The day was filled with getting to know our classmates and being prompted to start thinking about issues facing Greater Madison, including hunger and poverty, lakes and environment, smart growth and transportation,  and homelessness. Click below to read reflections on the first session from class members Marcie Pfeifer-Soderbloom and Scott Mickelson. 

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LGM25 Impressions Session 10 - Steve Beversdorf

The November session for LGM 25 had us starting our day at the Madison Club. It was our last full session for our class and it proved to be one of my favorite sessions.

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