I-LEAD - Iowa Corn Leadership Enhancement and Development Program

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I-LEAD Class 7 

I-LEAD Class 7 participants have been selected and will be announced shortly. 

     
I-LEAD Class VI Members:    
       
Jarrod Bakker
Dike
Laurie Bedord
Ankeny
Carly Cummings
Ames
Ryan Gallagher
Washington
       
Paul Gieselman
Morning Sun
Adam Gregg
Johnston
Jeff Johnson
Riverton
Mark Kenney
Ankeny
       
Josh Lammert
Silver City
Kayla Lyon
Ames
Gretchen McClain
Stockport
Thomas Meierotto
West Des Moines
       
Devin Mogler
Des Moines
Jason Ribbens
Webster City
Brian Rouse
Emmetsburg
Dan Runner
Gilman
       
Brent Schipper
Conrad
Vince Sitzmann
Prairie City
Adam Stamp
Ankeny
Jody Van Regenmorter
Inwood
       
Chris Wolters
Sanborn
     
       

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Why I-LEAD?

Iowa’s agriculture leadership today is built on generations of individuals who made agriculture their cause – not just a job.  The Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB) and Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) recognize that the future of Iowa agriculture depends on developing new leaders who share the same passion for generations to come.

I-LEAD is a resource for talented people who want to contribute to a better future for Iowa’s communities and the long-term profitability of agriculture in Iowa, and is charged with the task of developing stronger leaders for Iowa agriculture. 

An I-LEAD Graduate will be able to:

  • Describe the value of grassroots leadership, which includes knowing how to get involved and having the personal skills to work effectively as a leader.
  • Define his or her personal leadership style by identifying the diversity of leadership styles and how people with different leadership styles work together.
  • Develop a working knowledge of Iowa Corn and other key organizations that agriculture can work with to broaden perspectives and build coalitions.
  • Create a working knowledge of the agriculture industry and economy in Iowa and Iowa’s place in the world agriculture economy.
  • Communicate messages about agriculture by locating evidence, formulating key points, and communicating agricultural messages through written or verbal communication.

To learn more about the objectives and mission for I-LEAD class 6, click here.

 

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