Leading Your Organization Through Change
Change is constant. No healthy organization is immune from it. As a Board Chair, are you prepared to lead your board through change? As an Executive Director you prepared to lead your staff and constituents through change? As a program director are you prepared to lead your volunteers through change?
The Leading Your Organization Through Change workshop will give tools to create a culture of trust so that when change occurs you are able to lead more effectively. The workshop will address ways to make a plan for change when it’s necessary for the health of your organization as well as ways to anticipate and address unplanned changed that may come your way.
This workshop will be facilitated by Annie Osburn. Annie Osburn serves as the nonprofit services program manager for the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, MI. She is responsible for enhancing nonprofit organizations through technical assistance and capacity building. Her areas of expertise include volunteer services, mobilizing youth, and organizational structures and strategic planning for faith based organizations.
Osburn has worked in the nonprofit sector as a department director, operations manager, education director, consultant, writer and speaker. Osburn holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Master of Education degree from the University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA). She is a member of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Greater Grand Rapids and the Volunteer Management Association of West Michigan.
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When & Where
Johnson Center for Philanthropy
Established in 1992, the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy is an academic center of Grand Valley State University. We conduct research, provide professional and organizational development, and create and share tools for nonprofits, foundations, and others seeking to transform their communities for the public good.