Leadership Development Institute 2017


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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE 2017

August 26–September 2

Jackson’s Point Conference Centre, Ages 30+

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Leadership Development Institute (LDI) exists to challenge, grow and encourage those serving in leadership across our territory. Delegates are able to participate and share in events happening at the Territorial Music School as both programs run alongside each other.

Special guests include Cathie Koehnen (vocal stream) and John Lam (brass band stream).

For more information, please contact Rachel Ewing at 416-422-6108 or rachel_ewing@can.salvationarmy.org.

 

REGISTRATION

Visit www.samagacb.com for more details.

Please note: Registration for LDI is not online. Delegates must submit their application via e-mail.

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