April 24-25, 2013 and October 21-22, 2013
April session: April 23, 2013, 10 a.m.
October session: October 18, 2013
Change is the only constant in today’s global, knowledge-based economy. In this challenging environment, nonprofit leaders must have the ability to think and act strategically in order to translate the mission into objectives and develop plans and programs that will accomplish those objectives. This program will help leaders better understand and manage the opportunities and risks to their organizations by focusing on personal and organizational leadership strategies.
What will participants learn?
New ways to think strategically about organizational issues and challenges
Effective ways to communicate vision and values while exploring the concept of the leader as storyteller
How to uncover true leadership style by discovering strengths, motivations and the conditions necessary for authentic and powerful leadership
Opportunities to discuss and apply learning to specific situations within individual organizations
Who should attend?
Senior nonprofit executives and active board members responsible for shaping the direction, mission and programs of their organization
Executive Directors and major program managers looking for new tools and approaches to make their organizations perform effectively