Developing Your Leadership Potential

Recorded Webinar

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PRESENTER: Molly Ellenberg Friedland
COST: ACA members- FREE;  Nonmembers - not eligible (join ACA now)
CECs: 1.25

Effective leadership is a critical 21st century skill valuable for all young adults.  Are you interested in developing your leadership knowledge and skills?  Get started today!  Through this webinar you’ll learn about core leadership principles shared by a variety of great leaders using Teach For America’s leadership framework.  Learn how you can develop your own effectiveness as a leader and find out about a wide range of resources and tools for leadership development.  ACA and Teach for America are pleased to partner in order to offer this valuable program to ACA members.  This is part two of a three-part webinar series designed for frontline staff.

Presenter Bio:
Molly Ellenberg Friedland currently works on Teach For America’s National Alliances Team.  Molly first got involved in Teach For America when she became an Atlanta corps member after graduating from Cornell University.  During her Teach For America corps experience, Molly had the honor of teaching 9th grade social studies at the Therrell School of Health Sciences and Research in Atlanta Public Schools.  After her time in the classroom, Molly wanted to broaden her impact and joined Teach For America’s staff in 2009.  Prior to her current role, she worked as part of the Development Team in Teach For America’s Atlanta office. Molly is a huge proponent of the camp experience, attending Camp Manitou in McKellar, Ontario for eight years.

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Core Competencies: 
Human Resources Management
Youth and Adult Growth and Development
Participant Observation, Assessment, and Evaluation
Professionalism and Leadership