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Discover curated live, virtual, and on-demand events for you and your team to inform and inspire your leadership journey.

Events harness the power of connection to further your leadership skills.

We encourage mastery of relationship-building. PeopleForward Network provides the platform to connect, and you invest time into building and growing your tribe. We know that when we strategically lock arms, partnering on a mission, the impact is powerful.

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Pass the Mic: From Chaos to Clarity

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Our Upcoming Events

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Next Pass the Mic session coming in March 2024

Partner Events

Our partners are pros at offering events that deliver value and impact for people-first leaders like you. Grab your seat and gear up for serious insights.

Build a Workplace that Unlocks Your People's Purpose with Nell Derick Debevoise

February 21, 2024
11 am – 12 pm CST

Nell will discuss the scientific, applied, and anecdotal evidence that shows how having a sense of purpose – why you do what you do – improves performance for individuals, teams, and society. In an uncertain and resource-constrained environment, her practical, holistic, and human perspective on purposeful leadership will unlock ways to engage and motivate yourself and your team to grow.

She will share her proprietary Spheres of Impact framework and the three-dimensional, Me-We-World outcomes that her clients cultivate, resulting in a greater impact on their lives and businesses.

Become a Feedback Master

March 20, 2024
1 pm – 1:30 pm EST

Enhance your effectiveness with feedback in just 30 minutes! Join Rosie for a dynamic learning session where you'll gain valuable insights, explore key tools, and discover subtle adjustments that will elevate your feedback skills to new heights. As you apply the tools, you will be able to transform your communication and foster a culture of continuous improvement effortlessly.

Nov 1-2 Courageous Leadership Program

May 13-14, 2024
10:30 am – 4 pm CST

This is a live, inspirational, virtual event where you will build community and have tangible ways to show up as the leader you’re meant to be and wish you had. The program takes an inside-out approach to your development, starting with tools to help you lead yourself before helping you better lead others.

Whenever we do this work with people, we always say that you’ll get out of it what you put into it. If you commit to showing up fully and engaging, it will be transformative for you!

Celebrating the 2nd Annual PeopleForward IMPACT Awards

November 2023 marked the second annual PeopleForward IMPACT Awards, where winners were celebrated through the medium PFN knows best: podcasting. Each of the five award winners were interviewed and featured in a special episode of FRINGE, a PFN original podcast that serves as the network’s homebase show, the week of November 13th, 2023.

Each of the five award winners received the Manny Impact Award, which is named after the happy-go-lucky character you see in the PeopleForward Network logo. Manny represents meaningful work, people-forward leadership, and celebrates the best of what humanity has to offer.

Listen to the Award Spotlight episodes on FRINGE

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