Minnesotans know that our famed quality of life is not a matter of serendipity. It happens here because we expect it of our businesses and community institutions. It happens here because we expect it of ourselves. It exists because we make sure that the right people come together at the right time to do the right things. Perhaps this is best illustrated by the fact that the two largest local business organizations in the state - the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Minneapolis Chamber of. Commerce-place the nurturing of community leadership as top priorities.
Erdahl, Rebecca and Schultz, Mary, "Community service is a way to build business leadership" (1998). Partnerships/Community. 20.