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Leadership Development Tools for Nonprofits
Developing and retaining talent is a persistent challenge almost all nonprofit leaders face.

Luckily, with a few simple practices, nonprofits and NGOs can turn a talent-development process into an employee retention strategy, a leadership development tool, and a step toward a more-inclusive workforce—all at the same time.

Join this webinar to get started on your leadership development goals:
• Learn a practical, powerful way of building skills and capabilities (the 70/20/10 approach, based on research by The Center for Creative Leadership)
• Discover how this approach can help you transform the culture of your organization, drive professional growth for a more diverse set of leaders, and meet your future leadership needs
• Receive ready-to-use templates and resources, including sample competencies, and examples of plans

The work of investing in future leaders is vital to most organizations’ futures and the missions they pursue. At its best, this investment supports a virtuous cycle—people of all backgrounds become better at their jobs, they are more likely to stay with their organization when they see and experience growth, and organizations with great talent are able to push a more-inclusive organization forward in pursuing its mission.

This webinar will be presented by Bridgespan’s Teni Lanre-Amos and Barb Christiansen, and featuring Francesca LeRúe, Chief Program Officer of Koreatown Youth+ Community Center, and Laura Zumdahl, President and CEO of New Moms.

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Feb 14, 2023 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Barb Christiansen
LFI Coach @The Bridgespan Group
Teni Lanre-Amos
Consultant @The Bridgespan Group
Francesca LeRúe
Chief Program Officer @Koreatown Youth+ Community Center
Laura Zumdahl
President and CEO @New Moms