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FUTURELead First Wednesday Workshops

 

5 Lunch 'n Learn Workshops | Meet The Millennials 

Presented by:  Lindsay Smith Coaching 

 

SPRING - First Wednesday Workshops  - 11:30am - 1pm

Lunch provided with registration

Location: Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds - Noblesville, IN

Feb.4, Mar.4, Apr.1, May 6, June 3

Extensive workshop handouts will be provided at each session.

 

Lindsay Smith - is the founder of Lindsay Smith Coaching, LLC, a coaching business focused on helping twenty-somethings boldly step into the real world and make the most of their transition. Lindsay became a Certified Professional Coach to work with overeducated and underemployed twenty-somethings. click here for Lindsay Smith Coaching

 

Feb. 4 – “Meet The Millennials” (deadline Jan. 28)

Mar. 4 – “Purpose vs. Profit” (deadline Feb. 25)

Apr. 1 – “Life Outside The Syllabus” (deadline Mar. 25)

May 6 – “Feedback: Giving and Getting”  (deadline Apr. 29)

 June 3 – “In Person Communication Skills”  (deadline May 27) 

 

Coming This Fall!

 

 

3 Lunch 'n Learn Workshops | Funding For Our Future

 

 

Planning A Financially Sustainable Future 

Sept. 2, Oct 7, Nov. 4

FALL - First Wednesday Workshops - 11:30am - 1pm

Lunch provided with registration

Location: Hamilton County 4H Fairgrounds - Noblesville, IN

Extensive workshop handouts will be provided at each session.

 

Sept. 2 – Topic TBA - (reg.deadlineAug. 26)

Oct. 7 – Topic TBA - (reg.deadline Sept. 30)

Nov. 4 – Topic TBA - (reg.deadline Oct. 28) 

 

Funding For Our Future 

Discover proven principles that help position your organization's finances and plan for a sustainable future. 

Begin to unpack your organization's current financial position and what your organization may look like, financially, in the future. 

Clearly understand the importance of fiscal, procedural and compliance matters that you should be practicing on a regular basis. 

 


Location

Hamilton County Fairgrounds & Exhibition Center 2003 Pleasant Street, Noblesville, Indiana, 46060, United States Get Directions

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Workshops are designed to educate and provide resource tools that advance leadership and impact decision-making while enhancing the organization's ability to take next-steps for the present and the future. FUTURELead Workshops are normally held the first Wednesday of each month, except: Jan, July, August and December. Good Samaritan Network located in Hamilton County, Fishers, Indiana; utilizes two serving approaches, Direct and InDirect services. GSN serves only the residents of Hamilton County, Indiana. Our InDirect services were established to ensure efficiency and communication among the different agencies, social services, nonprofits, local government, pantries, and businesses who serve the needs of Hamilton County residents at-risk. Direct Services impact those within our community who are at-risk and often involves emergency or crisis intervention meeting the needs of people.

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