Four CBC’ers Become Goodmon Fellows at Leadership Triangle Graduation

Four CBC’ers Become Goodmon Fellows at Leadership Triangle Graduation

Molly Boyce
DBBC’s Molly Boyce (3rd from right) shares her excitement about successfully completing Leadership Triangle’s Personal Leadership Program.
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Four CBC’ers became the latest Goodmon Fellows as part of the Leadership Triangle graduation on Tuesday, December 13, 2011.   A celebratory luncheon culminated the seven weeks DBBC Sponsorship Services Coordinator Molly Boyce, FOX 50 Director of Local & New Media Niel Sollod, FOX 50 Production Coordinator Pete Peebles & Microspace IT Technician Mitzi Veal spent in the Personal Leadership program.

The CBC quartet raved about the program.

“Leadership Triangle was a fantastic program,” said Boyce.  “Our coaches in the program took the time to fine tune our existing leadership skills and encouraged us to open up and add on more skills to make us better leaders within CBC. I have seen great changes happen in both my professional and personal life from this program. I am so grateful that I received the opportunity to be in the program and I would recommend it to anyone.”

Peebles agreed.

Kevin Kolbe, Don Ursich & Pete Peebles
FOX 50’s Pete Peebles (r to l) chats about his Leadership Triangle experience with LT alums & FOX 50 co-workers Don Urisch & Kevin Kolbe.

“The program helped me sharpen my leadership skills in this ever changing environment we live and work in,” he said.  “It was rewarding to work with others from the profit and non-profit community as we all face challenging times. Leadership Triangle encourages us to be leaders in this community by speaking up when we believe things are not right.”

CBC President & CEO Jim Goodmon, namesake for the awards & former LT Board Chair, participated in the noon event at American Tobacco’s Bay 7.  He charged the group to care and to speak out about things that are important to them.

“We have got to speak up about what we’re interested in and what’s the right thing to do,” said Goodmon.  “If I don’t, who’s gonna do it?”

He also encouraged the group to think regionally, saying “the total is larger than the sum of its parts” as he spoke about the many different towns in the Triangle.

The next installment of Leadership Triangle begins in February with the Regional Leadership program.  Find out more & obtain an application here. Find out more about all of Leadership Triangle’s various programs here.

CBC and American Tobacco were both sponsors of the fall graduation event.  ATC Vice President of Real Estate Michael Goodmon recently joined the LT board as vice chair.



Leadership Triangle Fall Graduation

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