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Training and development specialist accepted for leadership opportunity

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Elizabeth King was accepted into the Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute of Chi Omega Flagship Session.

Elizabeth King, human resources training and development specialist at the University of North Georgia (UNG), earned acceptance into the prestigious Nancy Walton Laurie Leadership Institute of Chi Omega Flagship Session. 

UNG President Bonita Jacobs recommended King for the institute, which was canceled due to COVID-19. The event's theme was going to be resilience.

"It lined up so perfectly with what I'm trying to accomplish in my role at UNG," King said. "I wanted to bring what I would have learned back to UNG."

She said resilience remains a timely topic as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

"What option do we have except to keep moving forward?" King said.

The session traditionally focuses on participants understanding their own strengths and learning to leverage them through an individual strengths assessment, moving forward from setbacks and adversity, and exploring the ways that failure can lead to growth.

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