Are you a community service leader looking for a different kind of leadership development experience?
The Blue Ridge Institute may be just what you are looking for…
A week-long encounter that includes seminars with national experts speaking on topics relevant to community leaders today, planned family friendly group activities that encourage professional relationships, and plenty of fun and relaxation to renew your energy and passion for your work.
The Blue Ridge Institute – discover, refresh, and renew.
Clear your mind of outside stressors and discover all this conference has to offer. Stimulating conversations, thought-provoking and amazing presentations by national speakers and proven solutions for leadership.
Be inspired by who is presenting at this year’s conference…
Join the activities, just relax and let go of everything beyond the moment. Connect with your social service peers as you have fun. The comradery and friendships last a life-time.
Discover the week’s fun that awaits…
And everyone is better for it.
Enjoy a rustic retreat amid the beauty of Tennessee’s Fall Creek Falls State Park. Spend a special week in this remote resort away from business and life’s pressures.
Enjoy the peaceful stillness, as well as time to reconnect with your family, peers and the space around you.
Blue Ridge Institute – Conference Good Times
From The Front Porch - BRI Blog
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