The world of leadership can be daunting — even for seasoned leaders. But for those just breaking into the leadership scene, or working to develop initial leadership skills the task can seem overwhelming.
How can you begin to build your brand as a new leader? How can you leverage community involvement and volunteer effort to create and enhance your leadership experience? How can you learn to be an effective communicator — relating to the variety of generations in today’s workplace? These and other topics are part of the Emerging Leaders track at the Echelon Leadership Summit, led by Josh Seago, of Naperville Bank & Trust. You’ll hear from a variety of community leaders as they discuss their challenges, and successes and help you discover how to become the leader you want to be.
About Josh Seago
Joshua A. Seago, M.B.A., has more than ten years of demonstrated leadership experience in the banking industry. As vice-president for Naperville Bank and Trust, Seago directly manages a staff of 21 retail-banking professionals and oversees a deposit portfolio of over $200 million. As a leader and coach in the workplace, Seago seeks opportunities to train, develop, and mentor those he supervises. He has a proven sales record in the banking industry, exemplified by twice being named National City Sales Champion.
Seago is also an adjunct faculty member at North Central College. He has taught courses in management, social entrepreneurship, human resources, and international business.
Seago serves on the North Central College Alumni Board of Directors and the North Central College MBA Alumni Advisory Board. He is also actively involved in the Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce and is the President of the Naperville Chamber’s Young Professionals Network, and the past chair of the Business Development TEAM. Seago is a proud member of the Naperville Noon Rotary Club and the Chambers Green Leadership Council.
Seago received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Illinois State University and a Masters of Business Administration from North Central College.