Tuesday, October 22nd
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
College Park, 3180 West US Highway 34
Tickets: $79 for LT-2 Members; $99 for General Admission
Leadership Tomorrow is excited to host our Fifth Annual Leadership Summit. This year the Summit will focus on building and leading collaborative teams in the workplace while giving attendees tangible take-aways to implement. The full-day Summit will feature two keynote speakers, nine breakout sessions, a local leadership panel, and new this year, attendees will have the option to register for a half day workshop on conflict resolution with Joan Sabott!
This Summit has been approved for continuing education credits for accounting professionals through the State of Nebraska Board of Public Accountancy, #19-359.
Kevin has been involved with coaching and teaching for over 30 years, and spent 21 years working with at-risk youth at Boys Town in Omaha. As head football coach, he compiled a remarkable record of 164 wins and just 58 losses with 13 of those teams finishing in the top 10.
A Piece of the Puzzle... Eight Traits of a Quality Teammate
In a straight forward no-excuses style, Kevin Kush discusses eight traits that can turn any group or organization into a cohesive, high-performing team. Including; respecting everyone, handling adversity, adapting to change, and the importance of having high energy and being accountable.
Ms. Mogharabi has more than 20 years of experience in media and entertainment. She is currently the GM of SoulPancake, an inspiring entertainment company she co-founded with actor Rainn Wilson.
Get Awkward: The Power of Authenticity
Positive psychology tells us that finding your authentic voice and having a clear sense of self and identity are critical to feeling fulfilled as a human being. Shabnam will share insights around how to force yourself to feel awkward and uncomfortable in an effort to tap into your vulnerability, and ultimately the authentic personal voice and interpersonal connections that make us who we are.
Shabnam Mogharabi's appearance arranged through Gotham Artists.
New this year, we are happy to offer a half-day, hands-on workshop which will take place in the afternoon during the Summit. Seating is limited to the first 30 registrants. Cost is $30 per person in addition to your registration fee.
Sponsored by Amur Equipment Finance.
Joan is an Affiliated Practitioner and Former Senior Program Manager with The Langdon Group. She draws upon many different leadership strategies to identify and deploy what is needed whether it is mediation, facilitation, coaching, advocacy and/or training sessions on conflict-related topics. Joan also has a breadth of experience working on controversial and difficult public policy decisions.
Leading Through Conflict
Conflict happens and there are tools and skills that you can build to become better at handling these difficult situations. Problems arise between coworkers, within teams, with customers, and throughout any change efforts in an organization. This workshop will focus on how to work through those conflicts in a more effective way that preserves relationships and provides for better, implementable outcomes. It is an interactive workshop in which participants will learn concepts, apply them, and determine the best application in their own workplaces.