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Thanks for your wonderful, fun filled, aspiring presentation today. We enjoyed every minute of your session.
Joann P. Diggs
Director Career & Education Training Services, Salisbury Rowan Community Action Agency

July 24, 2016

Leading to Change challenged our staff with a fast-paced, energetic, beginning of the year celebration focusing on working with staff members from the different generations.  Participants are now cognizant of the fact that are students, not only from a different age group, but the teacher down the hall may well have a different perspective on things because they too are from a different generation.  We will definitely use this group again for future trainings.

Rhonda McDowell
Assistant Superintendent, Greenwood District 52 - Ninety Six, SC

March 17, 2015

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I wanted our Career & Technical Education teachers to have a professional learning opportunity that they would never forget. That is exactly what we got with Leading to Change. Eric Rowles is a larger than life personality. I appreciate his energy, and the way he projects his personal story into why supporting students really matters. The quality of service we received from Leading to Change was exceptional. I felt like the goals that I wanted to achieve for my team were the same goals that their team wanted to achieve. The impact on our teacher teams could be seen from the first day. They are working together and see each other as team members. I am very grateful that the LTC team helped us cultivate that type of environment.
Rusty Parker
Director of Career & Technical Education,
Cabarrus County Schools

September 11, 2018

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Leading To Change provided a wonderful and thoughtful group of exercises for an annual program called our Community Teen Leadership Exchange where we bring a group of Charlotte & Israeli teens together. Their quality of services was excellent, and the trainers were on time and really energetic allowing the teens to learn and have fun at the same time!
Tal P. Stein
Director of Community Relations and Israel Affairs, Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte

August 28, 2016

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It was great to see all of the smiling faces and positive energy of our staff during the training. The rockstar tools that Eric and Megan shared were very applicable to our program and easy to implement. Eric also asked about our needs and focused in on what would be best for our program. I have already seen several of the ideas being used at our sites. What a great way to pump up our team for the start of the school year!
Chandra VanHout
Kids Inc. Training Assistant (SD)

December 14, 2015

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Leading to Change conducted a fast-paced, interactive luncheon plenary and a personalized breakout that made our staff move like I’ve never seen before!  The content spoke directly to what our staff does and the challenges they work to overcome every day.  Not only did you make everyone feel comfortable, but you did so while asking questions to find out as much as you could about your audience/our staff.  And it showed when it was time to present!  In my experience with presenters, that is a very unique skill set.  You moved my table to tears (seriously)…in a good way!

Bethany Shean

Director for Instructional Design,
HomeBuilders Institute

August 4, 2015

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The Leading to Change training last week was amazing! I walked away feeling reenergized and with a renewed sense of purpose. Thank you guys for being so flexible and responsive to our needs. We will definitely be calling you again soon!
Paige Williamson
Family Connection Director, Vidalia, GA

April 6, 2016

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Virtual engagement is challenging, and it's easy for a speaker to fall flat over the airwaves, but the Leading to Change team ensured that there was energy at each site. Our keynote, Eric, and the facilitators in Asheville and Greenville kept our audience excited and helped us navigate when there were technical challenges with the broadcast. Working with the LtC team was a breeze. The team was thoughtful, well organized, and willing to fill in where needed—even on a moments notice. We couldn't have asked for better service. The LtC team provided ample resources and performed with extreme flexibility—the kind that is necessary to keep a multi-site audience interested. I think the most important part of LtC's approach is modeling. The group demonstrated best practices for engaging youth through their research but most importantly through their own behavior during the meeting. They were energetic, dynamic, and interactive. LTC showed the audience how it's done--and I'm sure they won't forget.
Alecia Page
Leadership Fellow, Institute For Emerging Leaders

December 14, 2015

Just wanted to let you know that your team was excellent!  They were right on the money as far as what we were trying to accomplish.  Kudos to you for training such an awesome team.  They were very professional, on time and engaging with all our participants.  We can’t thank you enough for your service!

 

Julie Hollister
Senior Program Director, Caine Halter Family YMCA - Greenville, SC

March 17, 2015

Leading to Change truly changed the dynamic of our conference plenary sessions by adding elements of excitement, networking, and fun, all while keeping the theme of our Youth Leadership Conference and Young Leaders Summit at the center of their facilitation. The LTC crew are a dynamic individuals that cater to your needs for them. While they have their own techniques, they were able to adapt to our style and goals for the conference. They also worked well with our participants that consisted of high school and college students and advisors, young professionals and staff members from Habitat for Humanity affiliates. I think our participants were able to understand the concept of our theme “Reconstruct Normal” a bit better due to LTC’s interactive, music filled plenary sessions. I hope to work with Leading To Change for many conferences to come.

Jenna Widmann

Program Cultivation & Development Manager, Habitat For Humanity International - Washington, DC

March 17, 2015