If kids are still using words like “fierce” or “fire” to describe someone that is amazing, then those words accurately describe the speakers and presenters at Living as Leaders: Leadership Saturdays for Girls. I would also describe them as knowledgeable, dedicated, driven leaders that some may refer to as phenomenal women. They each agreed quickly…Read more Look Who’s Talking
Opportunity. Is the word “opportunity” enough reason to participate in Living as Leaders? Of course not, but it essentially describes all of the reasons for participation. Living as Leaders provides girls with the opportunity to learn about leadership concepts, opportunity to further develop social skills and communication skills, opportunity to practice decision-making and conflict resolution,…Read more Why Participate in Living as Leaders?
Every email we have sent about the program has started the same way, “In just a few weeks, what started as a vision to pour into young people will come to life in the Living as Leaders: Leadership Saturdays for Girls program.” It is a true statement that accurately describes our reasoning for coordinating Living…Read more Why Living as Leaders?
By: Aurelia Spaulding Have you ever worked really hard at planning an important program, event, meeting, then finished the meeting wishing more people attended? Afterward, you left convincing yourself that “everyone came that needed to be there,” or maybe you left encouraged to get more people to attend. If you see a need to increase…Read more Five Strategies to Increase Attendance at Your Events
By: Aureila Spaulding It starts with a subject. It includes a verb. It becomes complete by adding a direct or indirect object. The easiest part about writing your personal mission statement is choosing to begin with “I”. The personal mission statement is yours. It is your declaration acknowledging the point of your existence and the action…Read more Writing Your Personal Mission Statement
Tuesday morning, I had the honor of sitting in a room with about ten other people. They were some of the most passionate people for their causes, and they were each there to learn how to create a strategic plan for their nonprofit. The lady next to me started an organization called Luila Village Ministries to…Read more Passion motivates strategic planning