Tips for Seeking Feedback from Dr. Tasha Eurich

Guest post by Dr. Tasha Eurich News, Stories

We’re excited to share a guest blog post from noted researcher and organizational psychologist Dr. Tasha Eurich.  It was a beautiful spring afternoon on the East Coast. I had just finished a keynote for a client, and to say that I was in a hurry would be a slight understatement. With an alarmingly small window of time to catch my …

BREAKING: 3 NEW Leadership Conference Breakouts Announced

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

Our 2018 Leadership Conference presented by Bank of America on May 17th is quickly approaching—only 7 weeks away!!—and we’re busily putting finishing touches on the day’s agenda. We’ve already announced our Keynote Speaker, organizational psychologist and researcher Dr. Tasha Eurich, and shared some of her videos and articles. Then we served up 3 of our 6 breakout facilitators and their meta-skill topics. …

2018 Leadership Conference | Agility: Meta-Skills for a Changing Workforce

Jenn Dodd


  • May 17, 2018
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

  LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE HAS SOLD OUT!! Thank you for your interest in attending the 2018 Leadership Conference. Online registration is closed because the Conference is sold out. You are welcome to add your name to our waiting list by e-mailing us at info@nlctb.org. If a seat becomes available, we will contact members of the waiting list Read More

Taking the Next Step in Your Leadership Development

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications Stories

As a nonprofit professional, you’re certain that what you do makes a difference in someone’s life every day–Isn’t that an amazing feeling?–but do you ever think there’s room for growth? A next step to take? Of course you do. You’re a lifelong learner. As we head in to a brand-new year, we wanted to remind you that you have access …

NLC Celebrates the 10 Teams in the JPMC Matrix Map Cohort

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

On Wednesday, November 1st, and Thursday, November 2nd, with generous support provided by JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPMC), NLC had the privilege to bring together dozens of Tampa Bay nonprofit leaders and nonprofit sustainability author and expert Steve Zimmerman. November 1st was our annual Board & Senior Leadership Conference as well as the introduction of the 2017-2018 Matrix Map cohort. Area …

Governance is Not a Dirty Word

Grace Armstrong Uncategorized

I recently had in interchange with a very experienced member of the board of a well-respected local nonprofit organization. I was suggesting to a group that having a Governance Committee of the board was a best practice. This belief was substantiated for me during my training in board education at BoardSource in December, 2011. Towards the end of the conversation, …

Challenge From Under the French Fries

Sara Leonard Uncategorized

nspiration comes when you least expect it. While having dinner with my children at McDonalds, I was challenged by the verbiage on the tray liner. You know the tray liner – that piece of paper lining the tray that usually contains a special offer for an amusement park or a promotion of the latest McFood. But this time it was …

Financial Leadership

Lorraine Faithful Uncategorized

When I came across an article about financial leadership, I happened to be in a place in my nonprofit career where I was ready to transition from financial management to financial leadership, so the article came to me at the right time and at the right place, as things so often happen to do. This timely article entitled, “An Executive …

What Does a Nonprofit Leader Really Need to Know?

Grace Armstrong Uncategorized

At the Nonprofit Leadership Center we partner with the University of Tampa to offer a graduate credit Certificate in Nonprofit Management. This program was developed to prepare emerging leaders to step into the roles that our retiring leaders are vacating. I am a perfect example of a nonprofit leader who stepped into the role of Executive Director without ever having …

Lessons on Leadership from Fantasy Football

Scott Edinger, Edinger Consulting Group Uncategorized

Football season is upon us, and while the link between these two may not be obvious at first blush, stay with me for a moment. Before I detail the similarities between these two seemingly disparate topics, it makes sense to highlight my qualifications to do so. I have been playing fantasy football in the same league since 1995, and in …