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, …

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 …

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 …

Rave Reviews & Personal Takeaways from 2018 Leadership Conference Breakout Sessions

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

Rave reviews are still pouring in for our 2018 Leadership Conference. We thought we’d share just a few of the a-ha moments and takeaways that attendees have shared with us! (And to experience a-has of your own, register now for the follow-up meta-skills classes we’re scheduling through the end of the year in the NLC Training Center. Seats are limited …

ALL. THE. TWEETS from 2018 Leadership Conference (sorta)

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

Only 8 days ago nearly 700 Tampa Bay professionals joined us at the 2018 Leadership Conference with Dr. Tasha Eurich–and we’re still hearing from our guests and participants how much they enjoyed our theme of Agility: Meta-Skills for a Changing Workforce and how much they took away from the day! If you’re wondering what you missed (lots!!), just peruse this …

2018 Leadership Conference was AMAZING!

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

All photos by Tacy Briggs-Troncoso Photography Team NLC is still on Cloud 9 on our first day post-Leadership Conference! We’ll be back next week with more details of the day–the takeaways from our 6 breakouts, the INSIGHTS from Dr. Tasha Eurich’s keynote, and more!!–but for today we thought we’d leave you with a few of our favorite photo highlights of …

Answering a few FAQs about our SOLD OUT 2018 Leadership Conference on May 17th

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

  Team NLC can’t wait to see everyone next Thursday at the SOLD OUT 2018 Leadership Conference; our registered attendees are in for a great day of learning and networking (bring business cards)! (We are still currently accepting people on a waiting list; if you’d like to join that list, please email us at info@nlctb.org. We’ll need your name, organization, …

Top 7 Things to Know about May 17th, 2018

Jen Dodd, Director of Education & Communications News, Stories

  Team NLC, our Board of Trustees, and our Planning Committee are excitedly counting down to our 8th annual Leadership Conference on May 17th (only 19 days!!!) And we’re thrilled to announce that Conference is on track to completely sell out again this year—for the 3rd year in a row! May 17th will be an incredible day of building the …

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 …