Executive Director 101 equips first-time executive directors with practical skills and knowledge to succeed in their role.
In this one-day workshop, you learn key concepts and develop a 12-month plan for success. Learn the essential components to the executive director role to make the learning curve more manageable.
Is Executive Director 101 Right for You?
Audience: New Executive Directors (or Chief Executive Officers, Artistic Directors and Managing Directors etc.)
You are an ideal candidate if you:
Come away with tangible tools, ideas, and practices to apply in your first executive director role.
Role of the Executive Director
Understand the eight competencies of your executive director role:
Self and Organizational Assessment
Assess personal and organizational competencies across each of the eight performance domains. Participants will review their personal strengths, their position description, and the life-cycle stage of their organization – and discover both strengths and opportunities for their 12-month plan.
Participants will share common challenges (eg. managing team or board conflict) and discuss strategies for conflict resolution.
Your 12-month plan
Participants will develop 12-month plans for their personal and organizational development, with support from the facilitator and feedback from peers.
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