• Upcoming events

    Friday, April 27, 2018 at 08:00 AM
    Leadership Austin in Austin, TX

    Tacos and Tips: Leadership Austin

    Join us for the first Tacos and Tips event of 2018! We will meet at Leadership Austin to learn more about how to lead from your values. No matter what position you hold in your organization or job, you can learn how to be a leader based on your values. You will also have a chance to learn about Leadership Austin's upcoming Emerge program, a workshop catered to young professionals. Coffee and tacos will be provided!
    Tuesday, May 01, 2018 at 06:00 PM · 2 rsvps

    Strategic Partnerships Committee Meeting

    Strategic Partnerships - 6-6:45pm Competency Model Task Force - 7-8pm

    The mission of the Strategic Partnerships committee is to establish & maintain meaningful relationships with nonprofits, young professional groups, and any organization of value to YNPN. The 2018 Competency Model Task Force was created to aid in understanding what Austin nonprofits need in regards to employee skills and competencies and aid in creating more valuable programming.

    What skills you will gain in this committee or task force:

    Community Building & Engagement

    interpersonal skills

    Data collection & analysis

    Remote working


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