June 2017: Criminal Justice & Corrections

2017 Perspectives from the Field, Part V Throughout the 2017 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org/. Lead NJ Seminar on Criminal Justice and Corrections, June 7-8, 2017 Ewing & Trenton, NJ By: … Continue reading June 2017: Criminal Justice & Corrections

April 2017: Perspectives from the Field IV: E Pluribus Unum

Lead NJ 2017 Seminar on Diversity & Inclusion, April 20-21, 2017 By: Andrew Musick The LNJ Class of 2017 convened at the Islamic Center of Central Jersey for our April seminar “Embracing Cross-Cultural Diversity” to focus on the topics of diversity and inclusion.   What transpired over the course of the next two days was an emotional, honest, and at times uncomfortable experience, one that I … Continue reading April 2017: Perspectives from the Field IV: E Pluribus Unum

March 2017: Education

2017 Perspectives from the Field, Part III Throughout the 2017 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org/. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ Lead NJ 2017 Education Seminar March 15-16th Camden, NJ By: Elizabeth L. Carter The seminar on public … Continue reading March 2017: Education

February 2017: State Budget & Public Leadership

2017 Perspectives from the Field, Part II Throughout the 2017 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org/. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ (Prudence Hall, Thomas Edison State University- Trenton, NJ) Lead NJ 2017- State Budget & Public Leadership … Continue reading February 2017: State Budget & Public Leadership

January 2017: Leadership Retreat

2017 Perspectives from the Field, Part I Throughout the 2017 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org/. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ (Oyster Point Hotel- January 2017) Lead NJ 2017 Leadership Retreat January 19-20th Red Bank, NJ By: … Continue reading January 2017: Leadership Retreat

The meaning of leadership in New Jersey? ACTION.

Great opinion piece by our president, Mark Murphy featured in the Star Ledger and The Times this past September. Have you read the article? Mark M. Murphy Guest Columnist In this season of national spectacle around the practice and meaning of leadership -yes, I refer to our presiden­tial choices – before we each must stand alone in that voting booth and cast a ballot that … Continue reading The meaning of leadership in New Jersey? ACTION.

June 2016: Criminal Justice and Corrections

Perspectives from the Field, Part IV Throughout the 2016 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org/. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ (Princeton University- Lewis Science Library) LeadNJ 2016 Criminal Justice and Corrections Seminar June 8-9, 2016 Princeton, NJ  By: … Continue reading June 2016: Criminal Justice and Corrections

May 2016: Economic Enterprise and Community Development

Perspectives from the Field, Part III Throughout the 2016 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ (GCT- Bayonne Terminal) LeadNJ 2016 Economic Enterprise and Community Development Seminar May 5-6, 2016 Jersey City, NJ  By: Meishka … Continue reading May 2016: Economic Enterprise and Community Development

April 2016: Embracing Cross-Cultural Diversity

Perspectives from the Field, Part II Throughout the 2016 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ (Main Gallery at the Visual Arts Center located in Summit, New Jersey) LeadNJ 2016 Embracing Cross-Cultural Diversity Seminar … Continue reading April 2016: Embracing Cross-Cultural Diversity

March 2016: Education in New Jersey

Perspectives from the Field, Part I Throughout the 2016 seminar year, the LNJ staff  will ask two class members to reflect on their experiences following the monthly two-day seminars. The perspectives will change each month to include a wide spectrum of view points and expertise. For more information visit our website at http://www.leadnj.org. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ (View of Perry St. and the Philadelphia skyline from the LEAP Academy Charter School) LeadNJ 2016 … Continue reading March 2016: Education in New Jersey