$25 – $149

What it Really Means to be an Executive Director

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$25 – $149

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A three-hour course designed to help nonprofit leaders move from “hero” to “host”

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Executive directors are often called upon to do it all — from fundraising and strategy development, to human resources and accounting.

Truly effective leaders are the ones who can facilitate the success of their entire team – including themselves — by transitioning from the role of “chief hero” to “chief host.” This means providing opportunities to share responsibilities, setting clear expectations, and promoting a self-care environment that heads off burn-out.

Join your nonprofit peers for this interactive session designed to help you hone the tools you need to enter your own new era of leadership.

Key Outcomes:

  • Delegating with care
  • Managing board relations
  • Shifting your focus from triage to strategic planning

Price:

  • Individual: $149
  • Group (2 or more): $134 per person
  • GVSU Students/Staff/Faculty: $25

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, June 9

Note: This course will be a live, interactive experience. It will not be recorded or made available to registrants after the end of the live session.

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Tamela Spicer, M.A., is a program manager at the Johnson Center for Philanthropy. She specializes in board development, change management, fund development, strategic thinking, and is particularly skilled in working with faith-based organizations. Learn more about Tamela.

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