Your Very Special Invitation…

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications Stories

Team NLC is already busily working behind the scenes on many aspects of our 9th annual Leadership Conference on May 22nd. Thanks to Key Partner C3 Media we can now unveil our snazzy new 2019 Leadership Conference theme logo: Don’t you love it?? And one of the most fun things we’ve done to date is chat with our Keynote Speaker, …

A-Z Practices for a Better You

Ellen Nastir Stories

Are you being bombarded?  Everywhere I turn all the talk is (still) about setting goals and intentions for this new year. There are fabulous articles, videos and audios available at the click of a button or a turn of a page describing in detail how and why this is beneficial.I’m not repeating that here. I’ve simply compiled a short list …

Tuning Into Your Future

Simon T. Bailey, 2019 LC Keynote Speaker Stories

We’re thrilled to bring you the first guest blog post from our 2019 Leadership Conference Keynote Speaker, Simon T. Bailey. “The biggest risk is not taking any risk…In a world that is changing really quickly, the only strategy that is guaranteed to fail is not taking risks.” – Mark Zuckerberg Have you ever had an idea or dream but for some …

2019 Leadership Conference | FOCUS: Leading with Purpose

Jenn Dodd


  • 2019 Leadership Conference
    May 22, 2019
    8:00 am - 2:15 pm

LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE HAS SOLD OUT!! Thank you for your interest in attending the 2019 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 in Read More

Reinvent Your Personal Brand

Scott Edinger, Edinger Consulting Group Stories

Like so many of you reading this blog, my “to read” stack is piled halfway to the ceiling. Some books and longer articles that I want to read, and others, that for one reason or another, I need to read. Add to that stack the deluge of emails, daily periodicals, and of course, blogs like Forbes and Harvard Business Review, and I sometimes …

Find the Reverse Leaders in Your Midst

Guest post by Scott Edinger News, Stories

You’ve likely seen reverse leadership in action. It happens when someone not in a formal leadership role demonstrates great leadership ability: when a field service agent steps up with a solution to a persistent problem, for example; when a customer service rep inspires her colleagues through her exemplary customer-centric behavior. When someone on an account team improves dramatically after being …

The One Skill All Leaders Should Work On

Guest post by Scott Edinger News, Stories

Republished with permission   If I had to pick one skill for the majority of leaders I work with to improve, it would be assertiveness. Not because being assertive is such a wonderful trait in and of itself. Rather, because of its power to magnify so many other leadership strengths. Assertiveness gets a bad rap when people equate it with being …

Find the Reverse Leaders in Your Midst

Scott Edinger, Edinger Consulting Group Uncategorized

In the spirit of reverse innovation, and reverse mentoring, I submit to you that the next trend to watch out for in leadership is, you guessed it — reverse leadership. You’ve likely seen reverse leadership in action. It happens when someone not in a formal leadership role demonstrates great leadership ability: when a field service agent steps up with a solution to a …

A Wise Man Once Said

Ashley Pero News, Stories

Sometimes when things get to be a little too much and I need a break, I take out one of my favorite desk books – The World According to Mister Rogers, Important Things to Remember. Growing up I spent many mornings with Mr. Rogers and his comfortable shoes. As I have gotten older I truly realize what a remarkable and wise …

Don’t Neglect the Follow Up!

Ashley Pero Uncategorized

You’ve just spent two hours at a networking event and you’re finally home. You’re ready to take your shoes off and sink into your DVR’d shows. WAIT – the networking event was just the beginning! We’re all guilty at times. We exchange business cards and then keep the stack on our desk for a few days and then they find …