How can you as a leader navigate a world that is challenging and uncertain? What habits and mindsets will drive us forward in our workplaces and communities?
Join us to explore powerful leadership practices that are critical for meeting the challenges of today’s fast-paced and increasingly complex world. You’ll have the chance to apply these practices to a real-life challenge you are currently facing.
Crosscut presents two days of thought-provoking conversations and innovative thinking, tackling the most important issues of our times. Journalists, politicians, authors, and newsmakers from our community and around the nation come together to take a hard look at the people, policy and events that shape our lives. The impressive list of speakers includes leaders from a variety of sectors and backgrounds, including Valerie Jarrett, Senior Advisor for President Barack Obama; Eric Liu, CEO of Citizen University; Pramila Jayapal, United States Congresswoman; Macklemore; and many more.
Celebrate the graduating class and welcome them to the LT family at LT's reimagined LT'19 Graduation and Alumni Reunion. With LT's increased focus on alumni engagement, we are expanding graduation to include an alumni reunion. New this year, we are replacing the sit-down dinner with heavy appetizers and more opportunities to network and connect.
Curious about LT and want to learn more? Join us March 20 for LT's recruitment reception. There will be a short program to explain the curriculum and how to apply. LT alumni and staff will also be there to answer your questions. Wine and appetizers will be served. This event is open to all potential candidates. Hope to see you there!
Join us March 13th for one of our most popular events of the year: the Annual Networking and Recruitment Event for LT Alumni of Color. There will be wine and beer, appetizers from Ethan Stowell restaurants, and plenty of time to catch up with your colleagues. This is unlike any other LT event because it is exclusively for LT alumni of color and their guests.
Seattle Police Chief, Carmen Best, endured an interesting and highly political process to get to the position she’s in today. Join us to hear what she’s learned about herself and the community along the way, how she’s building trust and engaging in tough conversations to bridge divided communities, and some of the challenges in policing and law enforcement today. The conversation will be moderated by award-winning author and journalist, Ruchika Tulshyan, LT’16. At the end of the conversation, there will be plenty of time for audience Q&A.