Leadership represents the most important resource in our communities, and like all of our most precious resources, leadership is sustainable.
But in order for leadership to be a sustainable resource and one that is readily available to our nonprofits it must be managed responsibly. Unfortunately too often nonprofit organizations have a reactive model to leadership. They struggle to create reliable pipelines for leadership development and often only think of recruitment when they face a crisis or experience leadership attrition.
This workshop is designed to help nonprofit leaders understand the importance of planning for leadership development within their board and volunteer networks so that they never need to struggle with the board and volunteer recruitment.
- Learn how to build stronger leadership pipelines for their organizations
- Encourage systems for proactive vs. reactive leadership development
- Create opportunities that develop leadership beyond the Board function
- Develop strategies to address long-term leadership resilience
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Gilles Mesrobian is on the faculty of Bard College’s MBA in Sustainability. At Bard, Gilles teaches Personal Leadership Development and works with professionals to develop leadership competencies within themselves and for their organizations.
Gilles is also an affiliate consultant for the Support Center for Nonprofit Management where he works with nonprofits and philanthropic organizations in the area leadership development, training and recruitment. He is also a certified Governance Trainer through BoardSource.
June 4th, 2020
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