Keep Calm And Learn On With LMHQ’s Virtual Programming

While the doors of LMHQ remain closed to minimize the spread of COVID-19, our sister organization is committed to providing the NYC community with high-quality virtual programming.  

For the months of April and May, LMHQ has put together the following workshops and lectures to address some of the most pressing issues of the moment: freelance or part-time work, remote working, conflict management and resilient leadership through times of uncertainty and change. 

We hope you’ll and join remotely, until LMHQ can host you in person once again!

Launch Your Side Hustle: Five Steps To Make It Happen
Monday, April 13
6:00-7:30p
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Lenore Kantor, a growth consultant and leadership coach who has launched more than 100 products and advised hundreds of startup founders, will host a workshop for anyone who is looking to generate new streams of revenue or has found themselves with additional time to get that dream side-hustle off the ground.

Workshop: Adapting To And Optimizing Remote Working
Thursday, April 16
6:00-7:30p
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GoldJam Communications’ webinar will take you beyond tired WFH tips (“get dressed,” “take breaks”) and dig into practices you and your team can adopt to optimize remote work. The workshop will use highly interactive virtual exercises, group activities, polls, partnered exercises and breakout rooms to relay best practices for productivity, morale, culture and, of course, communication.

HarperCollins: Freeing Yourself From Conflict
Wednesday, April 22
6:00-7:30p
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Starting to feel some tension with your social isolation partners? Families? Coworkers? Join conflict expert Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler for a discussion on her new book “Optimal Outcomes: Free Yourself from Conflict at Work, at Home, and in Life.” Drawing from her career spanning the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, two decades of consulting CEOs, grassroots work with Middle East leaders and research on terrorism and long-term conflict for the Department of Homeland Security, Dr. Goldman-Wetzler will present her proven approach to freeing yourself from conflict.

Creating Resilient Leadership For Nonprofits
Tuesday, April 28
6:00-7:30p
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In order to prepare for times of instability, nonprofit organizations must adopt a proactive model of leadership and create reliable pipelines for leadership development well in advance, rather than only thinking of recruitment when they face a crisis or experience attrition. Senior nonprofit executive Gilles Mesrobian will lead a workshop to help nonprofit leaders cultivate resilience so that they never again struggle with board and volunteer recruitment. 

All events are being offered free of charge, but we welcome you to make an optional donation ($5-20) to keep LMHQ’s programming going strong.