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Friday, March 6 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Changing The Tires While Driving The Car: Leading in Times of Change - #15NTCleadchange

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Society, technology and the economy are all constantly changing and influencing one another. This has massive implications for organizations, leaders and styles of leadership. Let’s look at the research, dissect a few models of successful leadership in times of change, and apply lessons to your work.

We’ll break into small discussion groups to take a deeper dive into your areas of interest, to find those chewing on the same challenges, and to learn from those who are a few steps ahead of you. We’re all pioneers. Let’s chart this new territory together.

Speakers
avatar for Lisa Colton

Lisa Colton

Chief Learning Officer, See3 Communications
My work focuses on helping organizations align their work for the connected age, including organizational development and change, new models of leadership, and social media/communications strategies and training.
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Cindy Johanson

Executive Director, Edutopia, George Lucas Educational Foundation
Cindy Johanson has more than 25 years experience leading the design of digital services with a focus on education. Johanson oversees Edutopia, a leading web source of inspiration and information about what works in K-12 education. Previously, Johanson served as senior vice president of interactive and education for America’s Public Broadcasting Service where she launched the award-winning pbs.org.
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Gina Schmeling

Social Media Integration, Gina Schmeling Consulting
Gina Schmeling is nonprofit consultant based in Brooklyn. With more than 12 years experience in data management and direct response for large membership organizations (ACLU National, WNYC), she works on the integration of social media with development, strategic and community engagement.  She applies her experience as a marathon runner to help nonprofit leaders envision big goals around change, and achieve them.


Friday March 6, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
MR 10C

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