In the twenty-first century, nonprofits are constantly challenged to effectively adapt to ever changing internal and external factors that impact their sustainability. Many organizations rely on their leadership as the catalyst force for change and adaptation in order to remain relevant, present, and valuable. The Fieldstone Leadership Network Orange County offers nonprofit leaders Crossroads and Turning Points – a program designed to offer timely, cutting-edge research, and information tools on relevant issues facing the social sector.
Past topics have included:
- Cultivating the Bench Strength of Your Development Team
- Lobbying and Advocacy for Nonprofits – Legal and Practical Strategies for Advancing our Work
- Navigating Difficult Conversations: A Workshop from Public Conversations Project
- The Art of Listening
- The Essentials of Strength Based Leadership
- Sharpening Your Nonprofit Business Model
- Overcoming Barriers to Change: A Workshop on Personal and Organizational Growth
- Gender Norms: A Key to Improving Outcomes among Youth of Color
- Creating Openness and Transparency: The Role of Respectful Criticism as Both Giver and Receiver
- Spark Magic in your Team, Brand and Cause!
- Highly Engaged Boards
What Gets in the Way of Your Leadership Greatness?
We are all unique in our own way, as no two people are alike! When it comes to leadership, these facts become important in our understanding of who we are as leaders. Is it time to answer the question, “Who am I as a Leader?” In this highly interactive workshop, you will understand the difference between leadership vs. management, and answer the question: “Who am I as a Leader?” – exploring the difference between good vs. bad (mediocre) leadership. Participants should come ready to participate, and will be provided two Harvard Business Review articles beforehand.
Jim Ward is based in Newport Beach, CA. Mr. Ward is a certified professional coach, and provides executive, career and organizational coaching through his own firm, New Directions Consulting. He has over 25 years of experience in corporate Human Resources and consulting, including domestic and international positions. As part of his consulting practice, he has maintained relationships with the global consulting firms Willis Towers Watson and Lee Hecht Harrison, consulting in the areas of executive compensation & benchmarking, leadership assessment and executive coaching.
April 23, 2020 – 9:00am to 12:00pm
Location: Waymakers | 1221 East Dyer Road, Suite 120 | Santa Ana, CA 92705
To register, click here!