Leadership in Life Institute (LILI)
LEARN ABOUT LILI
Did you miss our "Learn About LILI" webinar? Not to worry--we recorded it for your convenience.
Check out the recording to learn more about the program from the LILI Chair and Moderators!
Did you know that as a NAIFA member you have an opportunity to participate in a leadership program offered exclusively to members?
The NAIFA Leadership in Life Institute (LILI) is a six-month leadership development program which encompasses:
- The best in leadership and personal-development thinking
- Tools to improve your practice and help you create a business plan
- Increased understanding of self and improved interpersonal relationships
- Expanded professional network
- Continued opportunities for growth through LILI alumni programs
Session Dates & Tuition
All sessions will be held in Austin, Texas. The last session and commencement will be held in conjunction with the NAIFA-Texas 2021 Day at the Capitol event.
- Pre-Session Conference Call: August 10, 2020
- Session 1: September 14, 2020
- Session 2: October 12, 2020
- Session 3: November 9, 2020
- Session 4: December 14, 2020
- Session 5: January 11, 2021
- Session 6 & Commencement: Late January/Early February 2021
The tuition fee for the LILI program is $995. Applications are due to NAIFA-Texas by June 8, 2020.
A WORD FROM THE LILI CHAIR
Davin Bell is a graduate of the LILI Class of 2012. He became a Moderator Apprentice in 2015, and a full Moderator in 2016. Davin was appointed as Texas LILI Chair during the 2018-2019 class. Click here for a message from Davin!
Based out of Austin, TX, Davin is Associate Partner at North Star Consultants of Texas. His specialties include asset protection, wealth management, tax strategies and education funding. When he is not in the office consulting with clients or teaching new advisors, he can be found in front of an audience. Davin has had the privilege to speak to various organizations within the legal, medical, and pharmaceutical fields, as well as, oil and gas industries and universities across Texas.