Last Chance to Register for Leadership Webinar Hosted by Future Leaders Network

There is still time to register for our first Future Leaders Network webinar“Leading Through Crisis: Multiple Perspectives for Future Leaders,” which will take place Thursday, September 24 at 10am CST. The webinar is FREE for current and potential Future Leaders Network participants to attend and will feature John Stenz, Chairman and CEO of FORCE America and Jim Kaas, President of Iowa Fluid Power. Each will share his own experiences leading through times of crisis and change, and there will be plenty of time for Q&A.

Register for the Webinar

Questions about the webinar or about the Future Leaders Network? Contact Katrina at kschwarz@nfpa.com or (414) 778-3356.

The NFPA Future Leaders Network is an NFPA membership benefit that offers special networking and professional development opportunities to future industry leaders. Serving as a gateway for younger professionals who are on track for leadership positions to become more involved in the industry, the group focuses on connection building and leadership development to not only strengthen the industry as a whole, but also strengthen the individual companies represented in the network.

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