Featured Event

How would you feel feel if...

-You could thrive in times of extreme change

-You had less emotional reactivity in stressful situations

-You could easily separate things you can control from those you can't

-You felt more organized and less overwhelmed

-You weren't burdened by a fear of failure

This interactive session uses the fundamentals of improv theatre to help volunteers fight fear and get brave so they can avoid self-destruction and have less emotional reactivity in stressful situations while leading committees and serving the chapter. Each participant will receive their very own workbook and will talk step-by-step through a fear-setting exercise that will help them take action and begin to put a plan in place personally and/or professionally to start advacing a dream or goal they have.

Participants will take away the following:

1. How to survive (and thrive!) in times of change as a volunteer

2. A five step feat-setting framework that will help you take action within your chapter

3. An understanding of how to overcome and embrace your fear while managing other volunteers

4. Questions to spark self-reflection as a volunteer leader

5. A must-read book list to build self-confidence and stay motivated

6. A look inside Judi's personal toolbox for her favorite fear-fighting tools for servant leadership

7. How not to be burdened by a fear of failure and continue to contribute as a volunteer


When: Wednesday, July 18th / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Where: Nissan Stadium / One Titans Way, West Club / Nashville, TN 37213

Price Member: $40.00 - Registered by July 11th / $50.00 - Registered after July 11th

Price Non-Member: $50.00 - Registered byJuly 11th / $65.00 - Registered after July 11th

  Thank you to our sponsors!