Inspiring Individuals to Action
We create environments supporting individuals for the betterment of our communities, our families, and ourselves. We understand leadership is a practice. We adhere to the standards set forth by our guiding principles. We challenge individuals to realize their potential.
Verde Valley Leadership, Inc., a non-profit corporation, provides personal and professional growth opportunities through development of leadership skills, community awareness and diverse, influential networks.
We seek individuals who demonstrate the skills and interest to work toward the best possible environment for families, businesses, nonprofit organizations, government and other systems that nurture strength within communities. VVL remains adaptive in providing the most effective organizational support possible in these pursuits.
Service - Service is embedded in all the actions we take. Service is at the core of our practice.
Integrity - We never compromise our integrity. Having integrity means more than simply the absence of deception. We tell the truth, honor our commitments, adhere to ethical standards, treat others with respect and are accountable for our actions. We do the right thing because it is the right thing to do.
Courage - We face challenges, make difficult choices, take risks, rise above circumstances and seek ways to improve.
Teamwork - We practice teamwork through such actions as assisting each other, providing each other open and honest feedback, exchanging information, and executing our tasks in a timely and integrated manner. We recognize we make better decisions and produce better results together than working alone.
Leadership - We lead by example. We foster an environment that empowers and motivates others to successfully accomplish their objectives. We mentor and develop each other and our peers. We serve.
The latest information about Verde Valley Leadership!
Class XIV of Verde Valley Leadership met for the first time this year at the Cultural Arts Center of Yavapai College in Sedona Aug. 16-17.
With presentations and discussion from four different guest speakers from organizations such as the NARBHA Institute, The Verde Independent, SET Counseling, and Yavapai College, Class XIV learned about True Colors, participated in an art therapy session to reveal personality styles and types as well as in depth information on perception. A large portion of the retreat focused on the importance of vision and class members were given methods to begin developing personal vision, mission, and goals.
A presentation on the incredible leadership of Sir Ernest Shackleton and his expedition to the South Pole served as introduction to Leading at the Edge, which the class will be reading and discussing as part of the program. Throughout the two-day retreat class members collaborated with fellow class members, former alumni, and past and present board members.