Supervisor Support Letter
Supervisor and organizational support for the CLF participant are important in achieving successful outcomes. For a CLF participant to be successful, s/he should be able to apply her/his collaborative leadership skills at work. As a supervisor, you can support the participant by helping her/him achieve the goals in her/his leadership development plan, by identifying new formal and informal leadership opportunities within the organization, and attending the following two Supervisor/Fellow sessions: Thursday, February 22nd at 8 AM , AND Friday, October 28, 2018 from 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (please place these date on your calendar now).

The goals of the Collaborative Leadership Fellows Program are to:
-- develop specific advanced leadership skills focused on collaboration;
-- strengthen community capacity for collaborative leadership; and
-- ensure succession of community leadership invested in multi-sector solutions to complex community issues.

These goals are achieved through a module that is based on adult learning theory and includes a highly interactive experiential learning process. This process includes presentations, small and large group work, coaching, journaling, self-reflection, homework between the four sessions, a mentored Community Engagement Initiative (CEI), and celebrations of successes.
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Name of Applicant *
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I support the applicant's participation in the CLF Program by allowing him/her to attend four session throughout the year (all day Thursdays and Fridays) and spend between 1-3 additional hours per week in CLF activities such as reading, phone conversations, and the Community Engagement Initiative. *
Briefly describe how you have seen the applicant demonstrate emerging leadership qualities and attributes in his/her work and/or life. *
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What do you think is the greatest benefit the applicant will receive by participating in the CLF Program? *
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Please tell us why you are recommending this person for participation in the CLF Program. *
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