Make / Leadership / Happen

Thursday, September 28, 2017

11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.


Only you can make leadership happen. Be the leader you’ve been waiting for and shake up the status quo.


In our third year, we’re back with a specific focus: to reinvigorate, reenergize and connect aspirational leaders.

Consider this the nudge you need to do the things you were meant to do and be the leader you were meant to be. This is your launching point to make / it / happen.

Make / Leadership / Happen will connect you with people, ideas and opportunities to bring action to intention, and to lead thoughtfully in our community.

Agenda includes:

  • CEO Panel: Gain insights and advice from area Fortune 1000 leaders
  • Leadership development: creating a path and a plan
  • Individual skill building and equally important, applying those skills to our community, our businesses and bigger-than-ourselves endeavors
  • A special session for Leadership Omaha alums who want to re-connect and play an active role in planning LO’s milestone 40th year

That voice that says it’s time to lead? Quit ignoring it.

Ticket Cost:

Early Bird Ticket: $99 (Only 50 tickets are available.)
Single Ticket: $125
Six Pack of Tickets: $600

Reservations are due by Sept. 21, 2017. No refunds will be granted after this date. 

Presenting Sponsor: ACCESSbank
Supporting Sponsor: B² Interactive / Medical Solutions 
Corporate Sponsors: Baird Holm LLP / Investors Realty, Inc. / RSM US LLP / Bergman Incentives
Brand Strategy Sponsor: SegretPenguin


Interested in being a sponsor? Contact Christine Fortier for more information.

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222 N 10TH ST
OMAHA NE 68102-1134


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