Truist Leadership Institute: Continuing A Long Tradition of Leadership Development

Six Decades of Experience Highlights Company’s Science-Based Approach to Honing Leadership Skills

GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Truist Leadership Institute is the new name for The BB&T Leadership Institute, reflecting Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) new brand and unique commitment to building the next generation of leaders.  

“We believe deeply in the positive, meaningful effect that great leaders can have on the world around us,” said Truist Chairman and CEO Kelly S. King. “This is one of the most important ways we achieve our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Our unique, personal approach, grounded in the application of neuropsychology to human behavior and leadership impact, is proven to help Truist teammates; some of the top companies in the U.S.; and educators and students across the Southeast become better leaders.”

The institute offers programs in the areas of leadership, team performance,

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Continuing A Long Tradition of Leadership Development

GREENSBORO, N.C., Sept. 24, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Truist Leadership Institute is the new name for The BB&T Leadership Institute, reflecting Truist Financial Corporation’s (NYSE: TFC) new brand and unique commitment to building the next generation of leaders.  

“We believe deeply in the positive, meaningful effect that great leaders can have on the world around us,” said Truist Chairman and CEO Kelly S. King. “This is one of the most important ways we achieve our purpose to inspire and build better lives and communities. Our unique, personal approach, grounded in the application of neuropsychology to human behavior and leadership impact, is proven to help Truist teammates; some of the top companies in the U.S.; and educators and students across the Southeast become better leaders.”

The institute offers programs in the areas of leadership, team performance, change management, talent strategy, and employee engagement. The institute also benefits communities by offering customized,

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WISD Continuing Efforts To Improve Remote Learning In County School Districts

The Washtenaw Intermediate School District is continuing to work with other local school districts to improve the remote learning experience for students throughout the county.

The WISD is coordinating efforts with the county’s school districts while continuing to seek out additional grant funding and additional training options for teachers.

The WISD’s Interim Superintendent, Naomi Norman, says geography remains an issue for many students trying to learn remotely.

“There are large areas of Washtenaw County where there is no broadband access, no high-speed internet, and even areas that don’t have cell phone access, so that continues to be a very big concern for us,” Norman says.

Norman says students enrolled in special education programs also face unique challenges, and the WISD is working with students and their families to ensure each of them is getting what they need to succeed.

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