Lead Now – 2020 Leadership in Action Symposiums
Connect with leaders across Maine during interactive 90 minute symposiums. Learn from leaders deeply engaged in moving Maine forward as we tackle tough challenges and find opportunities for economic growth, innovation, building community, and making a difference. 2020 topics are timely and range from learning about Leadership Alumni Projects of Passion to Maine’s Economic Recovery Plan, and wrap-up with Best Practices for Leading Across Generations.
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Thursday, November 5, 2020: OK Boomer/Back Off Zoomer and Everyone in Between: Best Practices for Leading Across Generations. Panel discussion on grappling with a workforce that spans four generations: Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y (Millennials), and Gen Z. What are the best practices for understanding differing mindsets, work styles, and communication styles of workers born in different eras so your team functions well as a unit? We will hear from leaders doing this work every day, and offer workshop-style training during breakout sessions that you can apply in your organization.
It’s not too late to sign-up for the last session of 2020. REGISTER NOW!
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PAST 2020 SYMPOSIUMS
Thursday, July 30, 2020: Projects of Passion – Panel discussion of the MDF Leadership Alumni Project of Passion Resource Guide and other opportunities to engage in meaningful ways during this time of disease and dis-ease. Discussion will be followed by action-oriented breakout room sessions on how to engage in key sectors, including Tourism (including staycations), Small Businesses, Social Services & Community Development, Educational Preparedness/Continuing Education & Professional Development, Environmental and Outdoor Organizations, and Supporting Downtowns.
Thursday, October 1, 2020: Engaging in the Economic Recovery Plan – Panel discussion with key members of the Governor’s Economic Recovery Committee on the Committee’s recommendations, implementation and ways MDF leadership alumni can engage in meaningful ways. The discussion will be followed by action-oriented breakout room sessions on how to engage in key sectors including Hospitality, Education & Workforce, Infrastructure, Innovation, Healthcare/Nonprofits/Childcare & Support Services, and Manufacturing & Natural Resource-Based Industries.
Questions? Contact Kathy Shannon