Laurelville Leadership Lab
Laurelville Leadership Lab (L3)
The L3 leadership retreat equips leaders who want to develop their leadership skills from a values perspective. The program has been revised and updated, combining the best from our 20 years of program experience with current research on leadership and more flexible delivery methods. This retreat is relevant to leaders from a broad base of organizations, whether for-profit or non-profit and faith-based or secular.
Dates & Pricing
Part 1: Oct. 17-19, 2023
Part 2: Monthly virtual discussion sessions – December through May
Cost includes lodging, meals, and program:
- $600 Early bird rate through Labor Day!
- $650 after Labor Day
- $500/pp Early bird rate through Labor Day!
- $525/pp after labor day
Commuter Fee: $425
This program helps you:
- Understand who you are as a leader
- Develop confidence in your leadership skills and abilities
- Identify and confront workplace issues, like implicit bias
- Lead with integrity, creating positive changes in your work and your communities
- Support and be supported by others who care about leading with purpose
Part I: In-Person Introduction, Understanding Self, and Leadership
Tuesday – Thursday, Oct. 17-19, 2023
Each day includes fellowship, teambuilding, seminars, and delicious meals.
Part II: Monthly Discussion Sessions (Zoom)
December 2023 – May 2024
These sessions focus on topics such as inclusion, communication, decision making, and more. Watch here for a list of dates and topics.
Andrew Miller, PhD, has an interest in working with leaders towards self-understanding and personal formation as a foundation for organizational leadership and development. He is the Chief Operating Officer for Sol Renewables, Inc., an adjunct instructor in strategic leadership studies at James Madison University and conducts leadership training and organizational strategy consultations through Reliad, LLC.
Shannon Telenko, PhD, has taught students and employees in higher education the concept of interrogating internal and structural biases as a starting point for creating personal and organizational change. She leads diversity and inclusion work for a 3000-person division at Penn State and has started to do facilitation work through Interrogating Bias, LLC, which she created last year.