The top spot at a nonprofit can be lonely

Who can you talk to who understands the unique challenges of this role that you have taken on?

Sometimes the very best thing you can do is connect with others who understand the challenges you face and who may be tackling similar issues.

In our regional listening sessions we have consistently heard the desire for leaders to connect with one another. In response, we are hoping to develop multiple Nonprofit Leadership Roundtables in regions across the state starting in October.  We have identified locations that are not, to our knowledge, being served by an existing Leadership Roundtable.

 

This nonprofit roundtable is a unique forum in which nonprofit leaders can come together to share experiences, challenges, solutions, and best practices. Topics will be selected by the group.

Roundtables will meet once per month for ten months for two-hour sessions. The fee will be $150 for members of the Center and $300 for not-yet-members.

The roundtable will strive to:

  • Set a tone that is conducive to brainstorming, sharing ideas, solving problems, and networking.
  • Address topics related to the unique challenges and issues nonprofit executives face every day.
  • Deepen connections and build a community of support amongst participants.

If you want to build relationships with other nonprofit executives and are seeking more exposure to new ideas, a roundtable is a worthwhile investment.

Roundtables are limited to current nonprofit CEOs and Executive Directors.

Locations of the roundtables will be determined by the level of interest within the regions so encourage colleagues in your region to sign up. 

​Complete a brief questionnaire with your information to express your interest in participating. Please indicate all locations in which you would be able to participate.  We will assess interest and get back to you in September.

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