Lincoln keeps its young professionals here by fostering a collaborative community enriched with a bolstering economy, connectivity and endless opportunities for its people to flourish. Lincoln Young Professionals group believes in Lincoln, members can make the difference they want to see, develop a career that is pleasing to them and grow into the professional that they want to be.
Empowering young professionals in Lincoln to create an energetic and dynamic environment of learning, networking and entrepreneurship.
Lincoln will be an attractive place in which young professionals will take ownership in its future by engaging in the community professionally, personally and philantrhopically.
You can ask five different design thinking practitioners and get five different renditions of an answer. Each varies just enough that you walk away realizing there is no single, unifying, common definition of design thinking. Given the ambiguity of the concept, maybe there shouldn’t be. However, there is one thing that does become a bottom line of each definition and that is “the transformation of existing conditions into preferred ones”. How do you lead individuals in the understanding and use of these techniques and how can you incorporate them into your personal and professional life. Debora Sepich, Doane University Graduate Business Programs Chair, will be leading this event. Zoom links will be sent to the email used in registration prior to event.
Lincoln YPG is a program of the Lincoln Chamber of Commerce designed to connect young professionals to other young professionals, the business community as well as the community itself.
YPG has over 2,000 members making it the largest YP group in the state and one of the top ten largest in the country!
Please contact Kayla Meyer at 402-436-2369 or firstname.lastname@example.org