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Change the FRAME Summit
The Change the FRAME Summit is intentionally designed for executive directors and board members from NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates to inspire and inform new mindsets and skillsets for leading their organizations in these changing times.
You serve on a Board of Directors OR you’re an Executive Director of a NAMI State Organization or NAMI Affiliate
AND you’re coming to the NAMI Annual Convention in San Antonio at the end of June
Reserve your place to participate in the Change the FRAME Summit on Thursday, June 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.. The Summit is free but a reservation is required. Reservations close on June 13 so reserve now!
Why Invite Executive Directors and Board Members of NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates? It’s the Challenges!
When you’re the decision maker at a NAMI branded organization, there’s much riding on what you say and do. Smartly managing that kind of responsibility requires spacious and strategic thinking to inform your decisions. Plus, you need solid support. The Change the FRAME Summit creates a space in which all of that can happen.
In addition, we know that learning is more than an event; it’s a process that occurs over time. You can start your learning before, during and after the Summit event.
In May, find articles, videos and other learning opportunities here, online
In June, join us at the Summit event (it’s free, but you need to reserve your place)
In July, get more learning goodies from workshop facilitators by email
Here’s What You Can Expect at the Summit Event on June 27, 2013
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence; it is to act with yesterday’s logic.” --Peter Drucker
If you’re an executive director or board leader who wants to Find Relevant Applications that Mobilize and Energize (FRAME) then come and Change YOUR FRAME. Reserve your place at the Summit now.