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LANO Leadership Seminar: Your Path to Achieving and Sustaining Excellence
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LANO Leadership Seminar: Your Path to Achieving and Sustaining Excellence

All passionate nonprofit leaders dream of taking their organization to lofty heights, yet achieving these goals may be illusive or fleeting. This three-part program will focus on the characteristics, behaviors and leadership patterns of organizations highly regarded for excellence.

When: Thursday the 13th
From 9 AM until 11 AM
Where: Brown Foundation Community Training Room
320 Hammond Highway
Suite 500
Metairie, Louisiana  70005
United States
Contact: Ann S. Williamson

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 Jim Stodd & Associates:


Based upon extensive applied research, lengthy study and experience, JT Stodd & Associates nurtures and encourages clients to embrace the principles and values of high organizational performance

"Effective consulting means bringing our clients effective solutions as well as building 'internal competency,' which enables them to do well for themselves."



Join LANO member and seasoned expert Jim Stodd, Principle at JT Stodd & Associates; LSU and ULL instructor in Organizational Leadership and Human Resource Management; and champion of business and nonprofit leaders striving for success!


During this seminar at the Brown Foundation Community Training Room you can expect to learn about and discuss: 

  • Characteristics of organizations often highly regarded for their excellence
  • Phases of organizational life normally preceding excellence and how to effectively navigate those phases
  • Leadership behaviors necessary to sustain organizational excellence, including how to "right-the-ship” if your organization falls from its virtuous path
  • Effective, and perhaps creative, approaches to rewarding those who "drive” and "maintain” excellence

Thank you for attending for LANO's 2012 Leadership Seminar Series, made possible by a contract for organizational development services through the State Office of Community Development.

This leadership seminar is free of charge; however attendees will be asked to provide certain information per state contract guidelines. Registration is required and seating is limited.

We encourage you to print and complete the participant forms in advance. If you have any questions, we will be able to assist you on-site and will have additional blank copies:

Continued education and peer-to-peer engagement will be offered to attendees following the seminar through LANO’s growing Network:

  • Forum -Post questions and start conversations with presenters
  • Group Directory -Get in touch directly with your peers in attendance
  • Additional Support - More information about LANO’s organizational development services and capacity building expertise is available by reaching Vice President of Program, Kellie Chavez Greene,

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