NAPO Los Angeles Chapter January Virtual Meeting

  • 2022-01-24
  • 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual Meeting



NAPO Los Angeles Chapter
January Virtual 

Monday, January 24, 2022
6:15 - 8:30 PM PST

Please note that this meeting will be Virtual and held on Zoom

NAPO Los Angeles Chapter January Leadership Forum
Getting the most from Yourself and Your Resources as a Leader

Presented By:

Heather Mason, Caspian Agency

There’s a magic phrase that the military uses whenever they are given a task. “What are the men, money, and materials you’re going to give me to get it done?” While the alliteration is fun, it’s time to expand the scope of that phrase and get it working for all leaders. To do this, we have to change our mindset around what is possible. What can we achieve when ourselves and/or our teams are properly equipped? We know that’s not always possible, but expanding our horizons is a good place to start. In this session, Heather will challenge participants to look closely at their personal and professional goals. She will then demonstrate how a simple change of mindset can help you think differently in mobilizing what you need. The days of being overwhelmed are over, and the days of possibility are just beginning. Heather will teach everyone how to change their mindset when it comes to leadership, and show all participants how to be the leader that gets the people, money, and materials they need to achieve any goal in both work and life.

Heather Mason,
Caspian Agency

Heather Mason founded Caspian Agency in 2005, intent on bringing a scientifically-based strategic discipline to white-glove event planning after recognizing that there was no codified method for creating and executing strategic events at scale. To do this, she created the Caspian 10 Essentials of Event Science. This methodology has been taught internationally, and is featured curricula for the San Diego State University Masters in Meetings and Events degree program where Heather is a Senior Fellow and an instructor. Her expertise in the innovation and social good business space has led to successful projects around the globe for the Skoll World Forum, Dalio Foundation, and Rockefeller Foundation, among many others.

Mentor of the Month

Mishele Vieira, CPO®

Mishele Vieira, CPO® has been organizing individuals, families, and companies for over 20 years improving their systems, surroundings, and profitability. The skills and talents developed from her corporate background were used to launch her professional organizing company, Away With Chaos, in 2002.  

In addition to helping busy people and those experiencing life transitions, Mishele has a deep passion for working with people with brain related conditions including ADHD, anxiety, addiction challenges, depression, and other behavioral health conditions which can make it harder to get and stay organized. 

Mishele is an active member of NAPO, (National Association of Productivity and Organizing Professionals), and a proud member of NAPO’s Golden Circle – Professional Organizers who have been in business for five years or more. In 2007 Mishele became one of the first in history to earn the official Certified Professional Organizer (CPO®) designation. She is a featured author in the international best-selling book, The Secret Sauce of Downsizing, a speaker, and has developed a workshop “managing chaos” where she teaches individuals how to keep chaos from seeping back into their home, work and life. And her popular virtual “Get It Done Day” is helping busy people to finally get their own stuff done. 

You can find out more about Mishele online at

  • Free for chapter members; no need to register!

  • Visitors are invited for $20. Click black button to register. 

  • The Zoom link will be sent via email 24 hours prior and an hour before the meeting.

Stay Safe and Stay Well!

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