Sponsor a Leader
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Recent studies have found that appropriating new global leaders is the top challenge facing businesses of tomorrow. That’s because 66% of organizations are weak in their ability to develop leaders from the Millennial generation.
You can make an investment to help change that.
The Sponsor a Leader Campaign provides leadership and ethics training to outstanding college students through the annual Student Leadership Conference. Attendees workshop real-life ethical dilemmas, network with top industry professionals and glean wisdom from keynotes by world-class executives.
Leadership with integrity is the linchpin of a healthy economy. It inspires not only better business, but a better community. Character pays dividends.
The market of the future demands new leaders with both the skillset to make smart decisions and the values to make right ones. Companies who invest in developing such leaders lay an ethical foundation for generations of future growth.
Sponsor a Leader today for a better business world tomorrow.
Sponsor a Team (5 Students) - $5,000
Sponsor a Leader - $1,000
Co-Sponsor a Leader - $500
In addition, donations can be mailed to:
NASBA Center for the Public Trust
150 4th Ave. N. #700
Nashville, TN 37219
Here is what past leaders had to say about last year’s Conference:
“Invaluable information that I will take with me for the rest of my life.”
- Zachary Webb, graduate student, College of Charleston
“I learned more about myself than I could have ever imagined.”
- Dillon Potter, junior, East Central University
“By far, the most valuable experience I have had up to this point in my career.”
- Chris Lyvers, senior, University of Kentucky
The 2014 Student Leadership Conference will be held in St. Louis, MO on June 10-11. Themed Bridging Gaps with Ethical Leadership the Conference will feature keynotes on Strategic Networking, Conflict Resolution and Benefits of Leading Ethically by leaders representing the financial and professional sports sectors. Students will also examine ethical business questions raised in recent news by the actions of major international brands.
If you have questions, or need additional information, please contact:
Ronald Taylor, CPT Student Programs & Development Specialist
Office: 615-312-3834 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org