Early Birds Wanted for Talent Strategy Summit

Early Birds Wanted for Talent Strategy Summit
July 31, 2017 paperlesslion
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Members of Michigan not-for-profits are invited to take advantage of Early Bird rates for the Michigan Nonprofit Association’s Talent Strategy Summit. Register now and get details here: http://bit.ly/2tK4fEu.

Keynote Speaker is Vu Le, Executive Director of Rainier Valley Corps and author of the blog, Nonprofit … And Fearless (NAF).

From Rich Homberg, President and CEO of Detroit Public Television:

Early bird registration rates are in effect until August 1 for the Talent Strategy Summit  being presented by the Michigan Nonprofit Association on August 22 at the Detroit Zoo.

Hear from keynote speaker Vu Le on why you should attend.  Vu is Executive Director of Rainier Valley Corps and author of the blog, Nonprofit … And Fearless (NAF). Known for his irreverent sense of humor and love of unicorns, Vu will discuss nonprofit challenges in recruiting, retaining, and promoting, especially when it comes to people from diverse communities.

If you manage a nonprofit organization and wish to build a more agile, effective and diverse professional team, then you will definitely be interested in the Talent Strategy Summit. Attendees can expect to be part of high-level talent strategy discussions as well as immediate practical leadership development.

During early registration, members of MNA pay only $75  and nonmembers pay only $115.

Detroit Public Television is proud to be a sponsor of the Summit!  We look forward to seeing you at the event.

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“As I rode back to Detroit, a vision of Henry Ford’s industrial empire kept passing before my eyes. In my ears, I heard the wonderful symphony which came from his factories where metals were shaped into tools for men’s service. It was a new music, waiting for the composer with genius enough to give it communicable form.

“I thought of the millions of different men by whose combined labor and thought automobiles were produced, from the miners who dug the iron ore out of the earth to the railroad men and teamsters who brought the finished machines to the consumer, so that man, space, and time might be conquered, and ever-expanding victories be won against death.”

— Diego Rivera