2011 NAD Leadership Training Conference
The NAD Leadership Training Conference is available again September 15-17, 2011 in beautiful Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Conference will foster the enhanced development of leadership within state associations, entities, and corporations.
This year’s conference explores many of the leadership challenges and opportunities occurring in rapidly changing nonprofit, educational, governmental, and corporate environments. The compelling and timely topics covered during this conference are aimed at promoting and elevating skills and knowledge among employees and officers.
Corporations and agencies can expect their employees to acquire a better understanding of efficiency, effectiveness, and execution of performance duties as well as honing networking skills. State associations and other nonprofits can expect their officers to become familiar and comfortable with board governance, website and social media tools, financial management and reporting mandates, legislative and political advocacy, and membership recruitment. All participants will also benefit from essential diversity training crucial to every entity.
Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity! Come and gain the knowledge, expertise, and network to enable full productivity and success within your state associations, entities, and corporations! We look forward to having you participate in this exciting NLTC in beautiful downtown Minneapolis. Space is limited to the first 200 people to purchase tickets.
Registration is $200 until August 26, 2011 and $250 until September 10, 2011.
Reserve your hotel room at the Millennium Hotel Minneapolis
Hotel guest room rates have been negotiated at Millennium Hotel Minneapolis where all activities will take place: $109/single & double, plus tax; $119/triple, plus tax, and $129/quad, plus tax. Hotel room rates are offered until August 24, 2011 (HOTEL DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED).
NLTC Evening Highlights
Thursday, September 15
Mingle with fellow community leaders from across the United States in the beautiful Millenium Dome with 360-degree views of the city of Minneapolis including the river and Target Field (where the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball play their games).
Friday, September 16
The Minnesota Twins are hosting a "Deaf and Hard of Hearing Day" at Target Field. Tickets are for sale at $25 at the "Our Family" area of the stadium. Tickets are limited, to be sure to rush and get your tickets today at http://www.twinsbaseball.com/dhhday (Password "DHH").
Saturday, September 17
The Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens will host a happy hour on Saturday, September 17 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. Details are forthcoming.
The entire conference will be conducted in American Sign Language (ASL). Interested persons who wish request to accommodations must do so before the August 26, 2011.
Learn more and get involved with NLTC ’11, click on the links on right-hand side .