"The Eagles Nest Conference" - Leadership For Non-Profits
Saturday, July 30, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
This is an all-day intensive workshop & leadership conference designed for non-profit and church leaders. Come to discuss, learn, and share strategies for growth and personal development to move your organization forward.
7:15 a.m. Breakfast
- 0800-1000 (Prayer, Introductions & General Session)
- 1000-1015 (Break)
- 1015-1115 (Session I)
- 1115-1130 (Break)
- 1130-1230 (Session II)
- 1230-1330 (Hosted Buffet Lunch & Keynote Address)
- 1330-1430 (Session III)
- 1430-1445 (Break)
- 1445-1545 (Session IV)
- 1545-1600 (Break)
- 1600-1700 (Wrap-Ups, Takeaways, and Benediction)
A list of tentative workshop topics and presentations include the following:
- Leadership From A Multi-Cultural Standpoint
- Leading A Multi-Racial Group
- Connecting To Multi-Facted (Talented) Organizations
- How Leadership Deals With The "Entertainment Factor", vs. Spiritual Enrichment
- Awakening Leadership Capabilities
- Organizational Leadership
- A Woman's Place In Leadership
Workshop topics are being formulated in our leadership forums located at: http://www.crystalkeyministries.net. If you have a topic to address, submit it and we will consider adding it to the agenda. YOU HELP SHAPE THE DISCUSSION AND THE OUTCOME!!!
If you wish to purchase tickets offline to save on service fees, you can pay via check or money order (no cash), fill out our "Event Registration Form" from http://www.crystalkeyministries.com and mail it to the address on the form.
Note: Breakfast and Lunch will be provided to pre-registered attendees at no additional cost. Overnight accomodations are not included. Call us at (914) 297-8501 to learn about special conference lodging rates from our local partner for this event.
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Crystal Key Ministries
Professionalism is our hallmark. We are committed to leadership and people issues. Leadership and self-development is our passion!
People just need to let God be God and be totally honest. This will solve a lot of *self-inflicted* problems.
Some may say that we are arrogant. We say 'slightly opinionated'. You say tomato, we say to-ma-to. We like to keep it real. Most people have a problem with that, nowadays. If you are looking for a warm fuzzy feeling, we suggest talking to your Pastor or other church leader. Everyone else interested in leadership topics and the tough decisions that go along with them, can check in here. We have over 30 years of personal and professional experience in this area. The meek need not apply since someone has to do the tough jobs concerning ministry and leadership :)