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Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Civic Engagement

LEADERSHIP IN CIVIC LIFE

Whereas Kansas Leadership Center leadership development programs equip Kansans with skills to make progress on their challenges, our civic engagement efforts help them apply those skills in public life to build civic trust.

Civic Engagement Services

Over the years, our civic engagement efforts have leveraged the idea that the right people, good information and a healthy process are key ingredients to building civic trust. We’ve embarked on many partnerships to make progress on daunting challenges.

Are you a government institution, philanthropic foundation, or corporate citizen working to address a civic challenge?

The Kansas Leadership Center is ready to help you make lasting change.

The Journal

The Journal, found online at klcjournal.com, is the nationally recognized magazine published by the Kansas Leadership Center in Wichita. The publication focuses on highlighting important civic leadership issues in Kansas and beyond through in-depth reporting, investigative journalism and innovative writing, graphic design, photography, multimedia and public discussions. The Journal is nonpartisan. It seeks to educate and inform readers about issues from multiple perspectives and it does not engage in advocacy.

Journal Events

Dive deeper into stories from The Journal during regular Journal livestream events. Managing editor of The Journal, Chris Green, invites panels of experts to conversation on what leadership is necessary to make progress on their civic challenge. Check out the archive of conversations from over the years.

Leadership in Public Service

While anyone can lead at any time, individuals serving in state or county government, city councils, education boards and other community advisory boards have a special opportunity to mobilize others and make a greater impact for the greater good of the communities we share. KLC has committed to supporting public servants in exercising leadership for the common good.

Community Leadership Programs

The Kansas Leadership Center has been supporting and partnering with Kansas community leadership programs since the day KLC opened its doors in January 2007. In fact, the existence of first-class CLPs in Kansas was part of what led to the creation of KLC. Today, the Kansas CLP Network and KLC are colleagues in this massive statewide effort to change the culture of leadership.

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