General Membership Meeting

Speaker: Paul Casey
Thursday, October 12, 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
The Sandberg Event Center, West Richland

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MCLDA Vision

The MCLDA will inspire and influence the Mid-Columbia community by serving, mentoring, and equipping leaders.

Mid-Columbia Leadership Development Association

Mid-Columbia Leadership Development Association is a chapter of NMA…THE Leadership Development Organization. MCLDA’s mission is to “Develop Tomorrow’s Leaders Today.” Through chapter-based experience, MCLDA provides leadership development opportunities to help sponsoring organizations discover, develop, and showcase leadership talent. Professional development courses and management certification are available to members and non-members. Companies and communities that have NMA-affiliated chapters are able to strengthen their cultures, truly integrate their work teams, cost-effectively train more people with considerably fewer dollars–and improve their bottom lines.

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Principles

I will be guided in all my activities by truth, accuracy, fair dealing, and good taste.
I will recommend or initiate methods to increase productivity and efficiency.
I will earn and carefully guard my reputation for good moral character and good citizenship.
We believe that managerial responsibility is shared among all individuals at all levels of the organization and that leadership is critical to management success.
I will support efforts to strengthen the management profession through training and education.
I will assume that all individuals want to do their best.
We believe in the highest standards of personal and organizational integrity and respect for the individual.
We believe management is a creative, dynamic, and essential process enabling people to achieve personal and organizational objectives.
We believe that individuals and organizations have a community and civic responsibility.
I will recognize that all individuals inherently desire to practice their occupations to the best of their ability.

Ethics

I will recognize that leadership is a call to service.
We believe that managerial responsibility is shared among all individuals at all levels of the organization and that leadership is critical to management success.
We believe management is a creative, dynamic, and essential process enabling people to achieve personal and organizational objectives.
We believe that individuals and organizations have a community and civic responsibility.
I will help my associates reach personal and professional fulfillment.
I will assume that all individuals want to do their best.
I will promote the principles of our Free Enterprise System to others, by highlighting its accomplishments and displaying confidence in its future.
We believe in the highest standards of personal and organizational integrity and respect for the individual.
I will support efforts to strengthen the management profession through training and education.
I will be guided in all my activities by truth, accuracy, fair dealing, and good taste.