Posts Tagged development

Tulsa Roommate Connection

Are you attending the NALS 2014 Professional Development & Education Conference this March in Tulsa, Oklahoma? Do you need a roommate? If so, this is your forum to connect with other NALS members who are looking to share a room. Simply leave a comment below if you are searching for a roommate. Room rates at the DoubleTree […]

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Recap: 2013 Professional Development & Education Conference

PDF Version | Word Version By Brynne Williamson, PP, PLS-SC, NALS Secretary/Treasurer While members of the NALS Strategic Planning Committee met on Wednesday, February 27, 2013, a group of dedicated individuals were also hard at work in the Certification Cram Course. Seven attendees led by instructors Tina Hurley, PP, PLS and Amylyn Riedling, PP, PLS […]

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Keynote Speaker at NALSPD 2013

The NALS Foundation proudly sponsors the opening keynote for the 2013 Professional Development & Education Conference, Mr. Erick Burton, CSP. Erick Burton, a Certified Speaking Professional, is known as “The Leadership Accelerator TM.”  He is the founder of the Burton Leadership Center, a 28-acre facility featuring a unique Leadership Course designed to accelerate the development of […]

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iLEAD: Blog for Presidents and Presidents-elect (P/PE)

By Brynne Williamson, PP, PLS-SC, NALS Secretary/Treasurer 2013-14 Congratulations! Presidents and Presidents-elect of all NALS chapters are important and you deserve recognition for your service and commitment to NALS. Some of you might be incoming or outgoing officers and either way it will be a bit of a transition. NALS appreciates each and every one […]

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Recap of the 2011 Professional Development & Education Conference

March 11-13, 2011 – NALS Professional Development and Education Conference Tulsa welcomed conference attendees to the 2011 NALS Professional Development and Education Conference where we began our journey to engage | inspire | enhance | promote all things NALS with Kathleen Amirante, PP, PLS. Mother Nature gave us a surprise with the Tulsa weather, turning much colder than […]

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NALS 2011 Professional Development Keynote Speaker is…

  The NALS Foundation once again brings you the keynote speaker for the NALS Professional Development Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  Betsy Ringer knows we are all leaders and that you influence people every day whether you own the title of LEADER or not.  Her session, The Leader in You, will set the pace of the […]

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12 Things About #NALSPD

by Kristina Duncan The 2011 NALS Professional Development (NALSPD) conference will be coming up soon in March. Some of you are still unsure if you want to attend. I think it is a great conference and, in keeping with the holidays, I have written out for you some about my favorite elements about NALSPD to […]

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Why Goalonaries Don’t Exist

By Marjorie Wolter, Ph.D. Liam was at a breaking point.  Economic pressures at work and home were unrelenting.    He was used to having a clear sense of how to be a winner for his company but the game had changed.  For the first time, Liam hadn’t a clue about how to pull a success out […]

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Overcoming Personality Collisions in the Busy Workplace

By Jack N. Singer, Ph.D. Managing interpersonal conflict in organizations is among the most critical and important skills that employees on all levels of the organization can possess. Job insecurity, fueled by the economy, fears of downsizing, mergers and an unknown organizational future, produces fertile ground for the development of low frustration tolerance and conflict.  […]

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Follow along with #NALS10

Enjoy following along with attendees of the 59th Annual Education Conference & National Forum in Branson. Share your comments at the bottom!

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