Like many of America’s founders, George Washington embodied excellence in leadership, strategy, and management, making him a force that shaped the country’s independence and early history. More than 200 years later, today’s leaders are still learning from his example.
The Future Leaders Conference provides young association professionals an opportunity to learn leadership strategies and concepts through both a historical lens and a current one to help them reach their full leadership potential. During this interactive and experiential two-day conference, participants will gain a greater awareness of their leadership style and its personal and professional impact. The program, hosted at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon, will focus on leadership competencies and best practices through inspirational lessons taken from Washington’s life as an entrepreneur, military general, and the first president of the United States. Register today to:
explore historical and modern concepts of leadership
define a personal and professional leadership narrative
align leadership values and strengths with desired career goals
Through in-depth discussions with professional coaches, expert facilitators, mentors, and community leaders, participants will gain essential tools and leadership strategies needed to take their career to the next level, regardless of their current position.