The Leadership Lab community is something very special. We’re glad you’re here.
Countless times at the end of a cohort discussion, Lab members like you have said something to the effect of, “I’m so glad I came here today. This is where I needed to be.” In survey feedback, Lab members are rating the Lab as “much better” and “the best” compared to other professional development and networking programs and scoring the investment of time as “very valuable” and “extremely valuable.”
In that light, we share two thoughts. First, thank you for offering the gift of time well spent to your Lab peers. And second, thank you for prioritizing your own growth and well-being. Your investment in the we and me fortifies the broader nonprofit sector community.
Here you can embrace a philosophy of learning and experimenting, and of not always having the answers upfront but working together to generate ideas and find solutions. And, as we often say, you create muscle memory by applying what you do in the Lab to other facets of your day-to-day professional leadership roles.
See you soon!
Abby Graf, Vice President, Programs & Community Engagement | firstname.lastname@example.org
Shannon McCracken, CEO | email@example.com
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