2020 NATIONAL LEADERSHIP ONLINE EXPERIENCE
FBLA Leadership Sessions
FBLA-PBL inspires and prepares students to become community-minded business leaders in a global society through relevant career preparation and leadership experiences.
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Coding is not just for computing; it is for life and leadership as well! Just as programmers design algorithms and lines of code to give users predictable experiences, search, and outcomes, there is proven coding and practical methods to increase the influence and success of leaders. In this series you will learn 10 proven leader codes you can use in your everyday life, career and beyond.
Boomers to Zoomers
With five generations in today’s work force, the potential for productivity and innovation as well as conflict and confusion has never been greater. However, there is a way to build bridges across “generation gaps” so you can effectively communicate and develop meaningful relationships with members of all generations in the workplace and in everyday life.
Tell Your Story
Great leaders are powerful storytellers…and great leaders spark change! Whether its Martin Luther King, Jr., Taylor Swift, Walt Disney, or Steve Jobs each harnessed the power of the story to make a difference. The best way to learn to be a great storyteller is to practice writing and telling your own life story. Whether you use storytelling in marketing or movies, social media or job interview, learning the essentials of great storytelling will serve you throughout your leadership career. Discover how to effectively tell your story in this series.
Major League Communication
Homeruns, strikeouts, pitches, and sliding into home—this series is designed to give you keys to major league presentation success. Whether you are writing an essay, preparing a business pitch, or giving a powerful speech, this session will help you become an all-star in crafting and communicating messages fans will love! From attention “catchers” to the perfect “pitch” you’ll learn the plays that make presentations powerful in this series.communicate and develop meaningful relationships with members of all generations in the workplace and in everyday life.
Straight Talk on Getting and Keeping a Job
In this series, learn from career intelligence experts on what it takes to land that dream job. From resume and references to interviews and networking, you’ll learn key strategies to distinguish yourself and stand out as the top choice candidate. And, once you land the job, the interview is far from over. Learn how your work, behavior, attitude and approaches once you get your foot in the door all factor into your future career opportunities. Get ready for straight talk on what it takes to get and keep the job you want.
4Cs of Trusted Leadership
It’s a timeless principle, people want to do business and refer people to folks they know, like and most especially—trust. Before people believe what you say, what you’re selling, or what you would like them to do—they have to believe in you. And every day, leaders accidentally enhance and undermine the belief others have in them. The best leaders are the intentional ones who cultivate the “4Cs” of ethical and trusted leadership by consistently strengthening their character, competency, chemistry, and credibility.
FBLA in Action
This FBLA-focused series is designed to help members make the most out of their FBLA experience.
FBLA Five Star Fundraising Model
It takes three critical ingredients to grow any successful enterprise: Leadership, Strategy, and Capital. Whether it is a local chapter, nonprofit, startup, or large business, achieving goals and growth potential without capital can feel impossible. Learn the key elements of FBLA’s Five Star Fundraising Model and how to more effectively raise the capital needed for projects, events, conferences, and successful community service.
FBLA Traditions of Opportunity
For eight decades, millions of members have unleashed worlds of opportunity through membership and leadership in FBLA. The FBLA tradition of opportunity begins with the dream of our founder Dr. Hamden L. Forkner and continues to this very day through each member’s dreams and active participation. In this series you will learn how the FBLA motto of Service, Education and Progress has propelled future business leaders to make a difference around the globe. Explore FBLA programs, partnerships, and recognition opportunities and how they all come together to create the business leaders of the future.