From Justin Nelson, Co-founder, President of the NGLCC
As a part of NGLCC’s ongoing commitment to keep our LGBT and allied business community strong and connected to resources during this uncertain time, we are pleased to share the new NGLCC Webinar Wednesdays series, as well as additional online learning opportunities for you to share with your networks.
Please stay tuned for regular updates in our digital communications or by visiting nglcc.org/webinars. In addition to the upcoming programs I’ve shared below, you’ll see opportunities to submit your own virtual presentations, as well. Upcoming webinar programs include:
Friday, April 3 | 1pm EST/10am PST
Tax in the Time of COVID-19
Hosted by EY
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Events like the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), have made reacting to trade disputes, and continued implementation of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act much more difficult. The volume and pace of information has not stopped and yet the difficulty of staying on top of these developments has increased. To determine what information your company needs to know now, join our panelists for a series of conversations about operating the tax function in this time of National Emergency created by the COVID-19 virus.
Wednesday, April 8 | 2pm EST/11am PST
The Top 6 Leadership Competencies Every Leader Should Know and Grow
OK: so you want to focus on developing your own leadership awesome … good for you! Now, where to start? In this session Dr. Steve Yacovelli will share what he’s discovered to be the Top 6 Leadership competencies (or skills) everyone wanting to be a rock star leader should focus on. From leveraging your authenticity to having leadership courage, being empathetic to mastering communication, and building relationships to shaping workplace culture, you’ll leave this session with an understanding of what these six look like in your workplace, and what steps you can begin to take to strengthen them for your own leadership success.
Being an effective leader takes a lot of skill, especially when our own thoughts and actions can get in our own way! In this session, Dr. Steve Yacovelli will explore the three areas every leader should focus on in order to be more consciously inclusive. From THINK IN about your own unconscious biases, to SPEAK UP to create a more inclusive workplace, to ACT OUT in ways you can foster a feeling of belonging for everyone within your organization, you’ll leave this session with actionable steps you can take to be a more inclusive leader and make the workplace—and the world—just a little bit better for us all.
For any questions or support, please reach out to us at email@example.com. Thank you, and be well.