At the Nonprofit Leadership Center, our annual Leadership Conference is like the Super Bowl of our year. It’s a powerful time to gather with 700 nonprofit leaders across the Tampa Bay region for a day of intentional learning, networking and growth. But the connections and development opportunities don’t start and stop here. This year, we’ve taken the best of our conference and brought it directly to you through new leadership classes hosted by our conference speakers.
If you were unable to join us at this year’s conference or couldn’t participate in every breakout session you wanted to attend, we’re helping you overcome your FOMO (fear of missing out). These upcoming classes dig deeper into the content from our 2019 Leadership Conference, strengthening your focus and lead with purpose.
New Classes Led by NLC Leadership Conference Speakers
Optimize Your Optimism (June 25)
Learn how to harness the power of optimism to reframe obstacles as opportunities and make empowered choices to get to where you want to go. You’ll build self-leadership skills to take responsibility for your outcomes, set direction for your life and career, and better manage priorities.
Perfect Your Pitch (July 9)
Learn how to tie your story to your goals and use the power of persuasion to nail your pitch.
The Gift of Being Present (July 31)
Learn mindfulness tools and techniques to be present in awkward or tense situations and resilient in navigating them to grow personally and professionally.
Stop, Collaborate & Listen (August 29)
Hear from leaders at Feeding Tampa Bay, Trinity Café and Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County about the decision-making and step-by-step processes behind their mergers as case studies of collective impact and collaboration in the nonprofit sector.
Strengthen Your Core Values (September 5)
Deepen your self-awareness and isolate your core values to help you achieve your best life and bring your purpose, career and life into alignment.
Build Career Bridges (October 11)
Join local nonprofit executives who began their careers in the for-profit sector to explore the process for finding purpose and making a successful transition to the nonprofit sector.