THE FUTURE SUCCESS OF PHILANTHROPIC ORGANIZATIONS DEPENDS ON DEVELOPING ITS MOST VALUABLE ASSET, ITS PEOPLE.
Where will your leadership journey take you in 2022? How will you be a better leader? What will be your role in the next normal for our organizations, our communities and our state? Explore your answers to these questions in Authentic Leadership in Philanthropy, a unique professional training and development opportunity.
This 7-session hybrid program will advance your leadership as you join a cohort of your peers on a learning journey. This year’s cohort will include philanthropy and nonprofit professionals, offering opportunities for learning together and in separate subgroup peer spaces. At the conclusion of the group and individual sessions, you’ll be better positioned to lead and support the success of your philanthropic organization and will have a network of colleagues to turn to for support and advice on your path to leadership. You will:
- Develop strong, authentic leadership and self-knowledge;
- Learn how to be conscious and intentional about leading;
- Build competencies and practices in key skill areas; and
- Better understand your unique strengths, preferences and blind spots using the Birkman Method.
The 2022 cohort experience will be hybrid with four virtual and three in-person sessions from June to October. Should we need to adjust for health and safety reasons, the program will be completely virtual.
Eligible Non-Member Funders: $1,497
Registration deadline: Friday, June 3, 2022
Space is limited. One person per organization may register.
The series includes group and individual coaching sessions and a personalized Birkman Signature Report, which provides a comprehensive exploration into an individual’s approach to leadership and uncovers a leader’s unique strengths, preferences and blind spots. This report provides all leaders with detailed personality data across nine behavioral components; an understanding of their productive and reactive styles; and insight into their leadership motivators and expectations for success.