The Leadership Challenge® 2-day Virtual Workshop Experience
8:30 am - 2:30 pm
Nonprofit leadership matters. And now is NOT the time for our nonprofits to lose sight of the importance of building the capacity of all nonprofit leaders, in fact, it's the perfect time to invest in the staff that will help carry your nonprofit throughout these uncertain times. Due to the generosity of our funder, our facilitator Valarie Willis and Wiley Publishing, we are offering special pricing for this program.
Three things we know about The Leadership Challenge® that differentiates it:
- Attendees leave this session better able to lead - immediately.
- Research by Kouzes and Posner shows that leaders have a direct influence on the engagement levels of talent. The best leaders create the best workplaces.
- People who more frequently use the leadership practices presented in the workshop produce higher results than those who use them less frequently.
Investing in new learning and growth opportunities for nonprofit leaders and investing in mentorship and support of nonprofit leaders is critical. This can come in the form of learning leadership best practices like the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®. Often at nonprofits, there may not be an opportunity for “climbing the ladder” in new positions, but there is always an opportunity to develop oneself. Capacity building enables nonprofit organizations and their leaders to develop competencies and skills that can make them more effective and sustainable while increasing the potential for nonprofits to enrich lives and solve society’s most intractable problems.
The Leadership Challenge® includes a 360 assessment, the Leadership Practices Inventory (LPI), which is a simple, 30 question inventory. The feedback it provides is very understandable and usable. It actually provides people with a solid roadmap for change.
This is a great program for a few team members to participate in. Studies show that leadership development helps with employee experience and retention.
We encourage you to respond promptly as the program is limited to 24 participants and a max of 3 people per organization.