2021 Leadership Series

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2021-22 NORTH IOWA FUTURE LEADERS

Leadership North Iowa & YIELD

LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA Robin Anderson, Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber of Commerce has provided leadership training for up-and-coming business people in North Iowa for the past 39 years. Leadership North Iowa (LNI) provides skill development and participants in the program connect with well-established business leaders to explore best practices and gain meaningful advice. First and foremost, this program exposes participants to all North Iowa has to offer. At the same time, the Chamber’s goal is to engage Leadership North Iowa participants and alumni—to connect them to the community and to each other. LNI graduates are high-potential prospects who are well-poised to play a more prominent role in the community. This can and does take many forms. For some, it may be the call to action to run for elective office. For others, participation may ignite the desire to seek an appointment to local government boards and commissions. It may provide the foundation to volunteer at a church or service club. It might even help people to assert themselves more in their place of work. Whichever direction our alumni choose to go, Leadership North Iowa is often credited as the catalyst for inspiring participants to seek active involvement in causes they care about.

2021 Class Sessions and Speakers Networking | Networking Skills & Building Relationships | Robin Anderson, Chamber of Commerce Leadership Styles | Leadership & Personality Styles | Michael Voet, MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center Servant Leadership | Serving My Community | Sandy Funk, Community Kitchen of North Iowa; Mary Ingham, Crisis Intervention Service; Kara Ruge, Mason City Noon Kiwanis; Tessa Trout, Mason City Jaycees Law Enforcement | Cerro Gordo County Law Enforcement Center Tour | Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Kevin Pals Learning About My Community | Historic Park Inn Hotel Tour | Barb Bowen, Teri Elsbury, Louise Ruschoff, Wright on the Park Leadership & Communications | Public Speaking | Peggy O’Neill, Shibboleth Toastmasters Government & Citizenship | Public Service | Mason City Councilperson Paul Adams and Former Mason City Mayor & City Councilperson Jean Marinos Leadership vs. Management | Leadership Styles - Guest Panel of Local Business Leaders | Kristy Sagdalen King, Bergland+Cram Architects; Evan Raulie, Smithfield; Dr. Steve Schulz, North Iowa Area Community College Leadership & Stewardship | POET Biorefining - Hanlontown Plant Tour | Ben Arentson and Jake Bradley, POET Biorefining


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COMMUNITY IMPACT PROJECT The Leadership North Iowa program encourages participants to engage in servant leadership, focusing on the well-being of people and the communities to which they belong. As a part of the program, the LNI cohort chooses a project for community betterment and sees it through to completion, often extending past graduation from the program. Teamwork and dedication are important qualities fostered in the program and the activities they choose as their class project often encourage their fellow citizens to spend more time in active connection.

Community Gardens - Community Impact Project Mason City currently has two successful community gardens that have reached capacity. With increasing demand each year, the COVID-19 pandemic only accelerated the need for an additional garden. Families are looking to find ways to spend more time outside, maintain their health, and save costs by growing their own food. The Leadership North Iowa class of 2021 and the City of Mason City’s Parks and Recreation Department are teaming up to build a new community garden on the grounds of the former Madison Elementary School. Not only will this community garden provide a space for our community to gather and grow healthy food together, it will re-purpose an area that is underutilized since the school was demolished years ago. Kids can grow their own produce, get their hands dirty and see how their work pays off, all while getting the exercise they need. The LNI group applied for grants and raised funds to pay for expenses including materials for water line installation, a garden shed, and supplies such as hoses, wagons, a food scale and other necessary items. City of Mason City crews were generous to donate labor costs for the project. The group’s original plan was to add 20 plots, but thanks to generous support from the community, up to 40 plots will be available this spring! The City dug the water lines and installed hydrants in early November so the LNI class will be able to stake out plots and till the ground this spring. Once all of the supplies are purchased and added to the site, registration will open for gardeners in time for spring planting. The new gardens will continue as a part of the City’s community garden program and will be managed by the Parks and Rec department.

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2021 LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA CLASS Emily Adams - Dental Center of North Iowa Employer: Dental Center of North Iowa - Dental practice committed to providing patients of all ages with the highest standard of dental care. Position within Organization: Office Administrator Definition of Leadership: The opportunity to not only spearhead, but to simultaneously motivate a group of individuals to a common goal. Favorite part of LNI: It’s a very well-organized program with several areas of interest. I enjoyed the tours that house many of our area’s leaders and the accessibility to network with current and future leaders of North Iowa right there in the classroom.

Jordan Arndt - 98.7 KISS Country / 107.3 The Fox Employer: 98.7 KISS Country/103.7 The Fox - Part of locally owned and operated Coloff Media, serving communities and listeners with music, local news, farm news, sports, weather, and entertainment. Position within Organization: Marketing Consultant Definition of Leadership: Leadership requires an understanding of who you are, knowing your strengths and weaknesses, adjusting to adversity, and working together as a team. Favorite part of LNI: Networking and meeting professionals in the community.

Michael Bahnsen - Clear Lake Bank & Trust Co. Employer: Clear Lake Bank & Trust Co. - Locally owned, full-service bank in operation since 1934, supporting countless community projects, programs, and area businesses. Position within Organization: VP, Business Development Definition of Leadership: Leadership is using the experience you have gained to guide your peers, team members, and/or co-workers to best serve the customers and communities we serve in. Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed networking with other leaders, learning more about personality styles, and the POET tour. I also learned about current projects happening in North Iowa.

Brittany Baltierra - Hearing Associates Employer: Hearing Associates - Audiology practice serving northern Iowa and southern Minnesota with ten locations within medical facilities. Conducts hearing tests, balance/dizziness tests, and fits hearing aids. Position within Organization: Front Office Professional Definition of Leadership: A leader is someone who works with the team, not against the team. Favorite part of LNI: I loved experiencing the tours of businesses that I have never been inside before.

Mike Bloomingdale - NSB Bank Employer: NSB Bank - Locally-owned bank meeting the financial needs of customers, committed to providing a level of service second to none Position within Organization: Commercial Loan Officer Definition of Leadership: Never asking a peer or subordinate to do something you’re not willing to do. Favorite part of LNI: Building relationships with like-minded peers.

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2021 LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA CLASS Jake Bradley - POET Biorefining - Hanlontown Employer: POET Biorefining - One of the world’s largest producers of ethanol, and also produces corn oil, wet cake, DDGs and syrup. Position within Organization: Plant Manager Definition of Leadership: Being the example of what you want to see in your team. Favorite part of LNI: Connecting with other local leaders.

Angelica Brager - Young Construction of North Iowa Employer: Young Construction - Family-owned, full service residential construction company that is devoted to customer service. Position within Organization: Senior Estimator Definition of Leadership: Leadership is how you influence other people. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part of LNI was getting to connect with other leaders in the community.

Lindsey Calhoun - Sukup Manufacturing Employer: Sukup Manufacturing Co. - The world’s largest family-owned and operated manufacturer of grain storage, grain drying and handling equipment, and steel buildings. Position within Organization: Advertising – Graphic Designer Definition of Leadership: Leading a group while being aware of your leadership style and how to best lead those around you. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite parts of LNI were learning about leadership in the community, different styles of leadership and being able to tour various facilities in the area. Being able to learn about leadership and see it in action was very beneficial over the course of LNI.

Jenny Elgin - Cargill Protein Employer: Cargill Protein - Leading marketer of high value, further-processed egg products in the United States. Position within Organization: Food Safety and Quality Supervisor Definition of Leadership: Having the ability to understand, reflect, and grow from experiences while setting guidelines and being someone that others look up to. Favorite part of LNI: I really enjoyed hearing the business leaders from the area talk about their experiences and offer guidance/advice.

Alexis Falaney - Cargill Protein Employer: Cargill Protein - Leading marketer of high value, further-processed egg products in the United States. Position within Organization: Production Supervisor

THE STATE OF NORTH IOWA

C The workforce shortage continues to be of top concern to Chamber member businesses, and the Community Concierge service is one way the Chamber of Commerce is working to address the issue.

The Community Concierge service provides individualized assistance for attracting and retaining new employees. The program offers a personalized community tour for the job candidate and their family, cost-of-living comparisons, and relocation assistance once the employee signs. The Chamber is in its fifth year of offering this service and has now worked with more than 150 candidates.

• Personalized, guided tour of Mason City • Help with employment for a trailing spouse • Connection with principals or teachers at public and private schools in North Iowa • Assistance in locating quality rental housing • Introduction to service clubs, churches, and volunteer opportunities • On-going touchstone for future resources once the employee is settled in North Iowa To learn more about the Community Concierge service, or for information on sponsoring the program, please contact Vice President Colleen Frein at cfrein@masoncityia.com.

The State of North Iowa is an opportunity to hear directly from city and county leadership from Mason City, Clear Lake, and Greater North Iowa as they highlight recent accomplishments, outline future goals, and offer ideas about current business and community issues. This event complements the Vision North Iowa strategic planning efforts. In addition to updates from city and county leaders, Dr. Ron Cox from Iowa State University will provide the keynote presentation entitled, “The Iowa Workforce Skirmishes.” His presentation goes beyond naming the challenges. He offers solutions business leaders will want to hear. To register for this event, contact the Chamber at chamber@masoncityia.com or call 641-423-5724. Tickets are $25.

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2021 LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA CLASS Nick Foley - SERVPRO of Mason City Employer: SERVPRO of Mason City - Locally owned and operated and a trusted leader in the restoration industry providing 24-hour emergency service, dedicated to responding faster to any size disaster. Position within Organization: Business Development Manager Definition of Leadership: Good leadership is consistent, goal driven, inclusive and encouraging. Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed the different perspectives from the variety of leaders that participated.

Dr. Dan Garman - Dental Center of North Iowa Employer: Dental Center of North Iowa - Dental practice committed to providing patients of all ages with the highest standard of dental care. Position within Organization: Dentist Definition of Leadership: Having the ability to inspire, motivate, and properly communicate with others in order to achieve a common goal. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part of LNI was getting to meet and listen to some of the great leaders in our community. I learned a lot by listening to their advice on how they became the leaders they are today and ways to become an effective leader.

Dylan Gonda - Mason City Family YMCA Employer: Mason City Family YMCA - Cause-driven organization that is for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility because a strong community can only be achieved when we invest in our kids, our health, and our neighbors. Position within Organization: Programs Director Definition of Leadership: Leadership is the process of helping those around you reach their true potential to solve obstacles and make positive change. Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed the chance to meet new members of the community, develop leadership skills, and have a chance to make real change in North Iowa.

Brandon Holt - Overhead Door Company of Mason City Employer: Overhead Door Company of Mason City - A leading provider of residential and commercial overhead garage door systems with innovative solutions and unmatched professional installation. Position within Organization: Residential Sales Definition of Leadership: A team-oriented person with the common good of all in mind when making decisions. Someone who doesn’t expect someone to do something they wouldn’t do themselves. Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed the Historic Park Inn tour and learned some background information on my hometown.

MaKenize Johnson - First Citizens Bank Employer: First Citizens Bank - Progressive community bank committed to excellence in delivering the financial solutions for customers and the community. Position within Organization: Universal Banker Definition of Leadership: Leadership is about helping others to reach their full potential, giving them tools to do such, and watching them succeed. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part of LNI was the tours and guest speakers. It was amazing to learn what’s going on in your own community, the people who are in it, and the different roles that businesses play to help continually develop it.

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2021 LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA CLASS Eric Jones - Cargill Protein Employer: Cargill Protein - Leading marketer of high value, further-processed egg products in the United States. Position within Organization: Operations Supervisor Definition of Leadership: Leading people effectively to create a high productivity and morale based environment Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part of LNI was learning leadership skills from high level supervisors and leaders, which helped me prepare for my current position.

Danya Moore - Mason City Parks & Recreation Employer: Mason City Parks & Recreation Department Position within Organization: Recreation Programmer Definition of Leadership: Leadership is not about a title or a designation. It’s about impact, influence, and inspiration. Favorite part of LNI: Working with other leaders in the community and getting to know more people. My favorite session was touring the Cerro Gordo County Jail facility and listening to Sheriff Kevin Pals and his journey.

Dalton Niemeyer - Cargill Protein Employer: Cargill Protein - Leading marketer of high value, further-processed egg products in the United States. Position within Organization: Operations Associate

Kully Olson - SERVPRO of Mason City Employer: SERVPRO of Mason City - Locally owned and operated and a trusted leader in the restoration industry providing 24-hour emergency service, dedicated to responding faster to any size disaster. Position within Organization: General Manager

Derek (DJ) Prestholt, Jr. - North Iowa Community Credit Union Employer: North Iowa Community Credit Union - Not-for-profit financial institution offering many of the same services found at banks or savings and loan associations. Position within Organization: EFT Coordinator and Accounting Definition of Leadership: Taking responsibility of a group and being able to bring forth the best efforts of those around them to accomplish a goal or task. Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed learning about our personality traits and how they apply in the work environment. I also learned more about the Mason City community and what it has to offer.

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2021 LEADERSHIP NORTH IOWA CLASS Theresa Starkey - First Citzens Bank Employer: First Citizens Bank - Progressive community bank committed to excellence in delivering the financial solutions for customers and the community. Position within Organization: Personal Banker II Definition of Leadership: Leadership is being able to lead by example. You should also be able to teach and guide others, so they learn from your examples. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part about LNI was planning the service project. I learned that you can make things happen in a short amount of time.

Derek Steere - Alpha Roofing Employer: Alpha Roofing Company - Commercial and residential roofing experts. Position within Organization: VP of Operations Definition of Leadership: Leading by example Favorite part of LNI: I enjoyed learning how much history is in the Mason City area.

Dan Wunschel - 1ST Insurance Employer: 1ST Insurance - A firm of proven professionals that provide for the insurance needs of thousands of businesses and individuals nationwide. Position within Organization: Agent Definition of Leadership: Leading by example and recognizing the strengths in others then helping them reach their full potential. Favorite part of LNI: My favorite part of LNI has been meeting more members of the community and learning about some of the businesses that operate in North Iowa.

Class members’ employer and position reflect status at time of graduation.

LNI BUSINESS SPONSORS 1ST Insurance ▪ 98.7 KISS Country/107.3 The Fox ▪ Alpha Roofing ▪ Cargill Protein ▪ Clear Lake Bank & Trust CURRIES ▪ Dental Center of North Iowa ▪ First Citizens Bank ▪ Hearing Associates ▪ Mason City Family YMCA Mason City Parks & Recreation ▪ North Iowa Community Credit Union ▪ NSB Bank ▪ Overhead Door Company of Mason City ▪ POET Biorefining - Hanlontown ▪ SERVPRO of Mason City ▪ Sukup Manufacturing ▪ Young Construction of North Iowa

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YIELD Youth Investing Energy in Leadership Development Allyson Krull, Chamber of Commerce

YIELD is modeled after the Leadership North Iowa program. The acronym stands for Youth Investing Energy in Leadership Development. In 2003, the Chamber partnered with the Mason City Youth Task Force to develop leadership skills in promising young adults by forging a connection between youth and the business community. Local business has a huge stake in area youth as future workers and leaders. The class is comprised of high school juniors from Mason City High School, Mason City Alternative High School, and Newman Catholic High School. Chamber members generously share their knowledge and resources to serve as speakers at YIELD sessions. The course consists of 10 modules and each class selects and completes a Community Impact Project. Examples of Community Impact Projects include advocating for an ordinance restricting the sale of pseudoephedrine within Mason City, making fleece blankets for children in need, and renovating the community’s beloved Prairie Playground. The YIELD program is now in its 19th year and has become a model for other communities providing leadership training to youth. School administrators report that YIELD graduates are among their most successful and engaged students.

COMMUNITY IMPACT PROJECT

The Kindness Project Allyson Krull, Chamber of Commerce

Each year, YIELD students complete a Community Impact Project as a graduation requirement. This year’s YIELD class decided on a simple concept: spread kindness. With so much negativity going on in the world, students decided everyone could use more kindness, understanding, and inclusion. “The Kindness Project” will challenge folks in the community to get involved and complete kind acts as well. Just as these acts of kindness range in variety, they also vary in cost. Students brainstormed ideas and discussed logistics for each idea. The group also had many discussions on how to remain anonymous, but in the end decided that while they do not want credit for completing the acts, they do want to share what they are doing to encourage others to participate as well. After much deliberation, the high school juniors settled on the following acts of kindness, to be completed in mid-January: • Help purchase groceries for those in need • Take hot chocolate to strangers outside in the cold • Supply BINGO goodies to a nursing home • Leave generous tips for hard-working servers • Shovel snow for folks that need assistance • Help clean up garbage around the community • Supply coins for loads of laundry at a laundry mat • Pay a portion of tanks of gas at the pump • Leave kind notes/words of encouragement on car windshields Thanks to a generous grant from a local trust, expenses are covered and the group will be able to help many community members. YIELD students are excited to spread joy and kindness to others - and they encourage everyone to join in the movement.

2021-22 YIELD CLASS

Andrew Arthur Newman

Elisabeth Carlsson Newman

Jess Cornick MCHS

Alex Deets MCHS

Miriam Dettmer MCHS

Markus Elsbernd MCHS

Paul Fabian MCHS

Isabelle Goedken MCHS

Destiny Kinyaiya MCHS

Benjamin Lorence MCHS

Marie Manternach Newman

Rosa Monarch MCHS

Zoey Mullert MCHS

Leah O’Connell Newman

Guest Speakers

Daniel Schwarz MCHS

Elijah Steidl Newman

Lily Thompson MCAHS

Brett Bachtle, Visit Mason City ▪ Julie Bauer, First Citizens Bank ▪ J Brooks, 98.7 KISS Country ▪ Josh Congello, Pappajohn, Shriver, Eide & Nielsen, P.C. ▪ Bob Fisher, KGLO News ▪ Amy Fleming, KIMT News 3 ▪ Colleen Frein, Chamber of Commerce ▪ Cynthia Lewerke, The Decker House Bed & Breakfast ▪ Diane Murphy, River City Morning Kiwanis Sheriff Kevin Pals, Cerro Gordo County

YIELD SPONSORS

98.7 KISS Country / 103.7 The Fox ▪ Ag Processing, Inc. ▪ Alpha Orthodontics Powered by Smile Doctors ▪ Atlantic Coca-Cola Bottling Company Bergland + Cram Architects ▪ Cargill Protein ▪ Central Park Dentistry ▪ Children’s Dental Center of Mason City ▪ Clear Lake Bank & Trust Co. CURRIES ▪ Dental Center of North Iowa ▪ Drs. Weber & Otto Family Dentistry ▪ Edward Jones - Sarah Carlsson, CFP ▪ First Citizens Bank ▪ Heartland Asphalt, Inc. ▪ Henkel Construction Co. ▪ Holiday Inn Express and Suites - Mason City ▪ Jane Fischer and Associates LLC ▪ Kwik Star ▪ Laird Law Firm ▪ Major Erickson Funeral Home & Crematory ▪ Mason City Clinic ▪ MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center Metalcraft, Inc. ▪ Mid-West Roofing Company/Custom SheetMetal Works ▪ Mint Springs Dentistry ▪ Newman Catholic School System ▪ North Iowa Eye Clinic, P.C. ▪ North Iowa Orthodontics ▪ NSB Bank ▪ Overhead Door Company of Mason City ▪ Ozzie Ohl ▪ POET Biorefining - Hanlontown ▪ REG Mason City, LLC River City Morning Kiwanis ▪ The Nettleton Dental Group, PC ▪ Transform Hot Yoga ▪ WHKS Engineers, Planners & Surveyors