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

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).

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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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