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Wednesday
Nov302011

YNPN Twin Cities Insider: Catching up on turning it up (to 11)

by Alison Griffin
follow me on Twitter: @dirtysoychai

You're busy. You probably miss a lot of events and opportunities for professional and leadership development. If one of those missed opportunities was our last Insider event—Turn It Up To 11: Finding the Next Setting in Your Leadership Path—you've got some homework to do.

The vital yet practical wisdom percolating during the packed event came from a great panel of local leaders. Many thanks to John Bueche (Bedlam Theater), Rich Cowles (Charities Review Council), Aretha Green-Rupert (Otto Bremer Foundation), Jonathan Palmer (Hallie Q. Brown Community Center) and Tene´ Wells (Social Entrepreneur) for lending their time and expertise to our event at Joule.

Here's a quick summary to get your professional development wheels turning (click the image to enlarge).


Did you attend the event? What was your favorite takeaway? Are you already putting tips into action? Comment below and keep the learning going.

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