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In today's rapidly changing world, it's becoming increasingly difficult to navigate through all the uncertainties and challenges that come with it. From robots to artificial intelligence, economic hardships to the potential for war, there are many complex issues that require expert guidance to navigate. And that's where leadership-educated professionals come in.
Leadership-educated professionals are trained to help individuals and organizations overcome challenges and uncertainties. They possess a unique skill set that enables them to analyze problems, develop effective solutions, and provide guidance to others. Unfortunately, the public is largely unaware of the difference between non-leadership-educated coaches and highly trained leaderologists.
Enter the National Leaderology Association (NLA). The NLA is on a mission to highlight the importance of leadership education, help leaderologists differentiate themselves in the market, provide a community for leadership professionals so that we can help one another during these rough times, and make a difference in the discipline moving forward. By doing so, the NLA hopes to create a more informed public and business community that can make better decisions when it comes to choosing leadership-educated professionals.
The NLA is dedicated to building a strong community of leadership-educated professionals who can help each other navigate these uncertain times. Many leaderologists are on an island and do not know just how important they truly are. The NLA wants to find them, give them a community, and advocate for them so that organizations in their community can utilize them over other options.
The NLA's vision is to establish and promote Leaderology as a respected discipline and science. By doing so, they hope to help individuals and organizations navigate through the complex issues of the modern world. The NLA's mission is to support and produce exceptional educated leaders and become a trusted authority in leadership. They do this by providing access to high-quality training and education programs, as well as by advocating for the importance of leadership education.
The NLA is guided by a set of core values that reflect their commitment to leadership education. They value and respect formal education in leadership theory and practice and those who create, develop, explore, and research the science of leadership. By upholding these values, they ensure that their members are well-educated and knowledgeable in their field.
The NLA's goals are to establish themselves as an authority in the field of leadership, build a leadership community among leadership-educated professionals, become a go-to storehouse of leadership research and development information, help guide and set leadership education standards that protect the public by differentiating leadership-educated professionals, raise awareness about the benefits and importance of their discipline, and help businesses better utilize those with leadership degrees.
To achieve these goals, the NLA has set out several objectives. They aim to provide verification and recommendation of high-quality leaderologists and leadership practitioners, with proven formal leadership education and training. They also aim to build a strong leadership development organization, ensuring continued education, promoting leadership standards, and encouraging innovation that aligns with their values. The NLA promotes general advocacy for the leadership industry by educating the public and businesses about leadership and the importance of choosing leadership-educated professionals. Additionally, they partner with universities to further enhance and elevate the discipline in various ways.
In conclusion, the NLA is doing important work in advocating for the importance of leadership education and promoting the discipline of Leaderology as a respected discipline and science. By providing a community for leadership professionals, promoting high-quality education and training, and advocating for the importance of leadership education, they hope to help individuals and organizations navigate through the uncertainties of the modern world. The NLA's objectives reflect their commitment to building a strong community of leadership-educated professionals who can help each other overcome challenges and uncertainties. By doing so, they hope to create a more informed public and business community that can make better decisions when it comes to choosing leadership-educated professionals.
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