You have to keep close to keep warm. The further away you move, the less connected you feel to the warmth. A member of one of our Task Forces recently used this analogy to explain how critical it was for us to stay close to our Vantage Point people.
**First in a series relating to a recent “experiment” in succession planningAt Vantage Point, we love a good experiment. Recently, that sprit has led to some new adventures – and lessons learned – in the areas of leadership development, team building and succession planning.
By Aaron Sanderson, Next Leaders Network Leadership TeamMost of us agree the health and wellness of our not-for-profit organizations is inextricably tied to our quality of life. Our not-for-profits bring us together in spirit, education, artistic expression, health and wellness, sport and advocacy. The collective efforts of these groups, and their supporters, truly make Vancouver a world-class city.
KC has recently joined Vantage Point on a part-time basis to steward our Advanced Learning Opportunities When I began my contract with Vantage Point I knew part of my role would be to coordinate and manage our advanced learning portfolio. I never expected to learn and be inspired right along with all of the participants!
By Lynda Gerty, Director of [we don't know yet!*]Leave of absence. Professional development. Do those two words sound the same to you? Or are they polar opposites?Luckily for me, at Vantage Point we believe the former.