The 2013 class of L.E.A.D. Ambassadors were selected last week and this Saturday, they were all orientated by Ty Yokum who serves as the Training Manager for Chick-fil-A. He is dynamic. Our executive director Kelli Stewart completed the orientation and had everyone’s attention.
Excellence is one of L.E.A.D.’s core values so it only makes sense that we get the support of Ty Yokum to prepare our Ambassadors for another year of service to the City of Atlanta. He started the orientation by giving the Ambassadors an opportunity to share their stories with each other. Successful teams are built based on trust. There is no way that I can trust you unless I know you.
|Ty Yokum orientating the 2013 class of L.E.A.D. Ambassadors|
Our L.E.A.D. Ambassadors precept is “I am proud to be a creation of God and I thankful for this opportunity to be a L.E.A.D. Ambassador. I am my brothers keeper and together we will achieve greatness.”
There are only 25 L.E.A.D. Ambassadors but they are empowered to serve hundreds within their schools and that was the point of the orientation. As we build our Ambassadors, they will build others and inner city Atlanta will change.
Coach Kelli shared an awesome illustration showing our Ambassadors how they are are a plant. Unfortunately, their culture can influence them and cause them to wither. L.E.A.D. is fortunate to partner with our families to replant our Ambassadors so that they can receive more sunlight and water so that they can grow. L.E.A.D. is a culture of excellence, humility, teamwork, stewardship, loyalty, and integrity. We are fortunate have amazing families on our side. It truly takes a village to raise a child.
|Coach Kelli orientating the 2013 class of L.E.A.D. Ambassadors|
Make no mistake about it, you are a part of their growth as well. You are the sunlight and the water that we need to feed the dreams of our Ambassadors. Click here to join us for L.E.A.D. Weekend at Turner Field and be a part of helping our Ambassadors grow.