2013 Un/Conference Content Curation | Lucky Number Twenty-Something: Navigating Organizational Culture as a Freshman Colleague

The Minnesota Rising 2013 Un/Conference: Cultivating Capacity for Collective Leadership was held on Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 10:00AM – 4:30PM at DLR Group offices in Minneapolis, MN. Hosted by and for emerging leaders, the Un/Conference engaged emerging leaders across Minnesota in an energizing day of innovative learning and dialogue, skill-building, and network-building with their peers!

Minnesota Rising is pleased to curate feature the content of our insightful and engaging breakout session speakers and presenters. In our Content Curation series, we highlight the ideas and materials of our 2013 Un/Conference presenters!

Lucky Number Twenty-Something: Navigating Organizational Culture as a Freshman Colleague 

This workshop will include discussion on the benefits of successful navigation of organizational culture including the opportunity to cultivate capacity for collective leadership through encouraging inclusiveness as well as sharing ideas and best practices. Examples will be reviewed collectively to gain a well-rounded understanding of the various kinds of cultures that exist. Additionally, attendees will learn and share best practices for navigating these cultures as a young professional and emerging leader. 

Ernest Comer 

Passionate about education and access to opportunity, as well as professional development and networking Ernest has several years of experience in coaching, consulting and mentorship. With a degree in Communication Studies and an emphasis in African and African American Studies Ernest brings his proven ability to build capacity for businesses through making connections, building partnerships and empowering others.  Ernest was awarded the 2013 Emerging Leader Award by Pillsbury United Communities, a long standing resource in the Twin Cities Community, and brings years of experience and insight to share.

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