18th Annual Not-for-Profit Leadership Summit
Wednesday, June 5 @8:00 am - 11:30 am
Topic: Seven Practices of Great Leaders to Gain Traction
Speaker: Justin Maust
Justin Maust Video Introduction
Bring your leadership team and board chair to Justin’s energizing half day presentation. In part one of his keynote, Justin will outline the “7 Practices of Great Leaders.” In Part two of the seminar, he will break down the Entrepreneurial Operating System®. The EOS Model® provides a visual illustration of the Six Key Components® of any organization that must be managed and strengthened. One key component is Traction® which brings discipline and accountability into the organization, taking the vision down to the ground and making it real.
The morning will be interactive and leave board leaders, development professionals and non-profit executives armed with ideas to immediately implement personally and organizationally.
Justin Maust is a Certified EOS Implementer, serving companies across Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. His home base is in South Bend, Indiana, but he travels anywhere to help leadership teams implement the Entrepreneurial Operating System® [EOS®]. He is also a certified speaker, trainer and coach for the John Maxwell Team. His business, athletics, and youth leadership experience provides him an unique ability to connect with any audience. His personal “hold nothing back” style will challenge you to live life full of passion and stay focused on your mission. Simply put, Justin will energize your organization. His skills, passion, experience and strong network of professional resources will help any team transform their culture to improve team results.
7:30-8:00 a.m. Registration and Breakfast
8:00-11:30 a.m. Program
Location: Xavier University – Cintas Center
Individual Cost (includes workshop & breakfast)
$55 – AFP or LC Members and BBB accredited charities
$75 – Non-Members
$25 – Students
Group Cost (Group of 3 or more)
Members pay only $50/person if you bring 3 or more from your organization.
Special Thanks to our Supporting Sponsors:
This event has been submitted for 3.5 CFRE Credits.