Learning to Lead Pittsburgh is a group of high-level city leaders in their 20's through 40's that meets to develop personally, challenge each other, mentor younger leaders and get mentored, and collectively serve their communities. We have a passion to see Christian leaders grow and connect with each other to make a great impact in the city of Pittsburgh! We do this through monthly breakfasts, small groups, service opportunities, and leadership events.
We host monthly leadership breakfast events where we bring in seasoned leaders to share their best leadership content. It's a great opportunity to learn and to network with other professionals
Our Learning to Lead podcast comes out with 3 new episodes each month. One episode is an interview with a leader, one is a talk from our breakfast series, and one is a leadership lesson by our founder, Doug Smith.
Our mastermind group meets twice each month. The purpose of the groups are to help each other go further, faster. We share our goals with each other, hold each other accountable, encourage each other, and help resource one another.
Each month we do service projects at local non-profits. Our goal is to expose leaders to great organizations with the hope that they will get involved with the organizations on their own.
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Welcome to Episode #65 of the Learning to Lead podcast. This podcast episode comes from our breakfast series. At our last breakfast, Dr. John Stanko spoke on finding and pursuing your purpose. It was one of the best messages on purpose that I have heard. I’m really excited for you to listen to it. I Read more about Episode #65: John Stanko: Finding and Pursuing Your Purpose[…]
In this episode of the Learning to Lead podcast, Doug shares the history and vision of Learning to Lead. To learn more about how you can connect with Learning to Lead, check out our About page. How you can help this podcast: To listen to past interviews, go to our podcast page. Subscribe to this Read more about Episode #64: Learning to Lead Vision 2015[…]