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LU Summit

Thursday, October 19, 2023
8:00 am5:00 pm

The Summit is the premier professional development event of Central Nebraska featuring sessions on leadership, personal dvelopment, team building, and conflict resolution. This day-long summit is the perfect refresher for seasoned leaders and a great way to develop new employees.

Two keynotes:
Michael Aaron Ulmer- Self-portrait photographer, freelance video creator, and ultra marathon runner with a daily growing 160,000+ following. His work has been featured internationally with Buzzfeed, Unilad, and other media outlets.

Scott Carbonara- Known as the “The Leadership Therapist”, Scott is passionate and skilled in engaging a company’s greatest asset: its people. He is an award-winning keynote speaker, author, and consultant who “brings authentic leadership to life from the boardroom to the family room.”

Master Class for an additional fee:
Leading Without Carrots: Becoming a Board Master
Presented by Rosey Higgs, Director of Programs at the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands.

Nonprofit board members need strong skills and a thorough understanding of their role to serve effectively. The purpose of the Board Masters workshop is to provide guidance & skills-building opportunities for people who want to be better members of nonprofit boards of directors. Board Masters was created for board members, nonprofit board veterans and those new to board service. We cover the most important aspects of board governance in this interactive, intensive program. At the end of this training, you will be able to describe how effective boards function, tackle the essential tasks of nonprofit board members, and create a plan of action to address opportunities to improve.

Learning Objectives include:
- Describe the essential tasks of nonprofit board members
- Identify areas of strength and opportunities to improve their own board service
- Create a plan of action to improve their own board service