Become A Regional Leader and be an important part of NLBP Executive Leadership Committee
Are you outgoing? Are you looking to be recognized as a leader in your holistic practice or industry? Do you enjoy connecting people? Do you love the work of NLBP and want to share the love? Can you organize events and be an ambassador for our community? Are you well connected with others and able to establish a community in your area?
We are looking for one-of-a-kind, amazing Regional Leaders (or co-leaders) to help us build out areas of NLBP. Our regional Leaders are members of our elite Executive Leadership Committee and are the voice for membership and help guide the NLBP vision. Are you leadership material? Contact us about becoming a Regional Leader and help us grow.
Regional Leader Benefits: We love our Regional Leaders and we reward them for growing their regions with free membership, recognition as a Regional Leader and member of our Executive Committee on our website, perks and further discounts to conferences, personal leadership coaching, speaking opportunities, rewards for achievements, advancement opportunities, and the ability to lead an amazing community while growing their existing business.
Regional Leader Responsibilities: Regional Leader responsibilities include: planning and attending a variety of monthly meetings in your region (coffees, happy hours, tours, dinners, lunches, spotlights, etc), building and supporting your region’s membership, attending monthly online leadership meetings, providing support, enthusiasm, and positive engagement for members and future members. Taking an active role in guiding the organization as a member of the Executive Leadership Committee and voice for your region.
If being a Regional Leader is too much of leap for you think about becoming an area AMBASSADOR.
How Do You Get Started?
Step 1: You must be a current NLBP Member before applying. Step 2: Send an email stating why this position is a good fit for you, and the area you'd like to lead (state and counties)to our Founder, Camille Miller at email@example.com. Step 3: Your application will be reviewed by Camille and the current Leadership Committee. If you are a candidate for consideration, you will be contacted to set up a phone interview to discuss the particulars.
You must be a current NLBP member to apply. For more information on becoming a Regional Leader and member of our Executive Leadership Committee email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org