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Title: NMA

NMATHE Leadership Development Organization
Creating Leadership Opportunities together
What is NMA?
  • A not-for-profit, professional association where
  • Learn to work together in a global economy
  • Understand the attributes of great leadership
  • Develop their leadership competencies
  • Appreciate the power of interpersonal
    communication when coupled with technology

What does NMA do?
NMAs objective...
  • To utilize our unique chapter-based concept to
    provide a different kind of leadership
    development experience

  • By supporting your already ongoing employee
    development initiatives
  • and providing the experiential piece that
    allows people to grow and feel ownership in their
    own development.

Based on what?
  • People perform best when they are engaged
  • People CHOOSE to be engaged based upon how they
    feel about their colleagues and their employer
  • NMA chapters play a key role in helping people
    feel that they are part of a team.

And we all know
  • Businesses grow when employees are innovative and
  • Only happy, challenged, and engaged employees are
    innovative and creative.

NMA Leadership Development Chapters foster the
environment that makes it all come together!!!
The NMA connection
  • Employees connect with one another
  • The chapter links ongoing learning to HR
  • The organization is seen in the community

  • An NMA chapter is your PARTNER in creating the
    culture and conditions that make an employee
    WANT to contribute!

A Little NMA History
1919 First Training Meeting in Dayton, Ohio
1922 Dayton Foremans Club Founded
1924 Ohio Federation of Foremen Founded
1925 National Association of Foremen Founded
1956 Name changed to National Management
2005 NMA THE Leadership Development Organization
How does NMA work?
  • Policy administered by NMA staff at headquarters
    facility in Dayton, OH.

NMA Directors assigned to support NMA chapters
Governed by its members
A sampling of affiliates
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • The Boeing Company
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Wyle Laboratories
  • Savannah River Site
  • Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Dresser-Rand Corporation
  • The Port of Seattle
  • Energy Northwest
  • UTC Aerospace Systems
  • Lennox Industries
  • Alcatel-Lucent
  • Johnson Space Center
  • Columbus Public Service
  • CA Cities of Orange, Burbank, and San Diego

2015 NMA Leadership Team
Nancy Bennett, CM NMA Chairman of the Board Blue
Cross Blue Shield of MI, Leadership Assoc.
Detroit, MI
  • Elected
  • 2 Regional Chairs
  • Appointed by the Chairman
  • 4 Function Chairs
  • Parliamentarian
  • ICPM Rep.

Candi Creel, CM NMA National Vice Chair UTC
Aerospace Systems Chula Vista, CA
Lisa Hart NMA National Treasurer Mid-Columbia
Leadership Dev. Assoc. Richland, WA
Kathy Spatz NMA National Secretary Columbus
Public Service Chapter Columbus, OH
Steve Bailey, CM NMA President Dayton, OH
Kiran Dambala, CM, PMP Immediate Past
Chairman Lockheed Martin L A Fort Worth, TX
NMAs Results-Oriented Leadership Model
Derived from a similar model in Results Based
Leadership by Ulrich, Zenger, Smallwood.
Chapter/Organization Interface
  • The chapter serves three customers
  • Chapter Members
  • Executive Management
  • Human Resource/Training Department

NMA chapters. . .
  • Provide opportunities to reinforce organizational
  • Build networks both internally
    and externally, in each company and across
    all the business areas

Our leadership associations . . .
  • Increase communication between and among
    operating units
  • Provide real opportunities to practice teamwork
    and reinforce teambuilding

And they...
  • Build community support for the base through
    American Enterprise and youth civic activities
  • Support company, contractor, and other training
    development programs with additional
    cost-effective activities

NMA chapters . . .
  • Create their own niche for helping reduce
    stress brought about by ongoing change
  • Become change agent vehicles in order to help
    people survive and grow

A continuous learning environment. . .
  • Reinforces the concept of lifelong learning and
    gives additional choices for improving oneself
  • Allows people to voluntarily assume new
    responsibility for their own growth and

For executive management, the chapters provide...
  • Opportunities to share their vision with key
    personnel on a regular basis
  • Networking opportunities with a broad base of
    employees to maintain the pulse of the community
  • A chance to observe people (members and chapter
    leaders) in situations outside their normal
    workplace environment and observe their unique
    skills and talents
  • A place where people feel pride in their work

And in return for that support...
  • Employees feel increasingly valued and
  • They see executive leadership walking the
  • Everyone feels part of the same team, whether
    military, civilian, contractor, etc.
  • New employees are integrated into the
    organization much more quickly via NMA programs
    and activities

Some personal benefits
  • NMA chapter newsletters
  • Webinars, individualized e-learning
  • Group/classroom leadership courses and programs
  • Chapter meetings with speakers and leadership
  • Certified Manager training through our
    partnership with ICPMThe Institute for Certified
    Professional Managers PMP Six Sigma prep as
  • Awards and certificates programs to recognize

Practicing leadership skills
  • People demonstrate traits and abilities not fully
    utilized in their current assignments.
  • Employees experience leadership via being
    active in the chapter in a safe environment.
  • Chapter leaders grow and transfer new skills back
    to the workplace
  • The organization more fully develops its bench
    strength and people become ready to handle new
    duties and responsibilities when the need arises.

NMA and YOU -- Its all about developing leaders
and helping them stay engaged and career
resilient and recognizing that NMA should be
your partner in that endeavor.
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