The National Society of Leadership and Success
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The NSLS chapter at Penn State Harrisburg recently teamed up with the university’s SGA for a 5K charity run: “It’s Bigger Than You: The 5K -- A Run for a Purpose” on April 7

The NSLS chapter at Blue Ridge Community College is working to raise money to drill a well for the village of Martha, Kenya

The Pillar Program represents the best practices for chapters to successfully host the NSLS program, identified by the National Office

The Jacksonville University chapter of the NSLS recently received the Founder's List award, reserved for chapters who complete eight of 10 pillars designed to maintain the success of the chapter


NCWC Inducts 75

The NSLS chapter at North Carolina Wesleyan College recently held its second induction ceremony, inducting 90% of new members who joined last fall

Led by Fundraising Chair Lajasmine Woody, the NSLS chapter at Alabama State University hosted its first campus engagement event--a breast cancer walk that brought together more than 75 members of the ASU community

The NSLS chapter at Colorado Mesa University recently held a drive to donate supplies to the Roice-Hurst Humane Society, a local animal shelter and adoption center

On more than one occasion, I’ve heard Andy Stanley say, “The best thing a leader can bring to his team is his energy

Pillars represent the best practices of successful chapters

Whether the failure was missing a crucial deadline or losing a significant account, leaders and managers should take the following seven steps to turn this negative into something significantly more positive