SMALL TOWN LEADERSHIP

Big stories from a small town.

 

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A welcome from Small Town Leadership founder, Natalie Siston

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Small Town Leadership

Welcome to Small Town Leadership! My name is Natalie Siston. After starting my career in Silicon Valley, I decided to return home to Ohio. Through my experiences in the non-profit, higher education, and corporate sectors, I have realized that everything I ever needed to know I learned by growing up in a town of 600 people. Through my Small Town Leadership blog I will share personal stories and corresponding leadership lessons.

I am passionate about sharing these stories and am available to speak to your business, school, or community organization about putting Small Town Leadership lessons to work for you.

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Read the latest small town stories here

Week 47: Small acts of connection add up for a big impact

Perhaps it’s a side effect of my small town upbringing, or maybe I’m wired this way, but at my heart,...

17 years later…

I’ve never written about September 11. I have always figured that there are enough documentaries and stories that reflect that...

Week 46: Judgement and connection

When I was 8 years old, my parents got me a button (think the flair that Jennifer Aniston struggled to...

Week 45: From failure to connection: The story of The Intentional Life Lab

Late in the summer of 2017, my coaching colleague, John, reached out to me. He said that he and two...

Week 44: Surprise friends in adulthood

This week’s article is proof that when it’s the right time to write about something, the inspiration will hit. Most...

Week 43: Why I gave up on networking

We are in the final countdown to the conclusion of 52 Weeks of Meaningful Connections. And I have a confession...

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Natalie Siston

Natalie Siston

Small Town Leadership Founder

Natalie believes everything she needed to know to succeed in her career she learned by growing up in a town of 600 people. As a Certified Professional Coach and award-winning public speaker, she helps her clients and audiences make wherever they are feel like a small town. She lives in Dublin, Ohio with her husband, Rob, a professor at Ohio State and two little girls.