What it Really Means to be an Executive Director
June 15 @ 1:30 pm–4:30 pm EDT
A course designed to help nonprofit leaders move from “hero” to “host”
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.
- Delegating with care
- Managing board relations
- Shifting your focus from triage to strategic planning
- Individual: $149
- Group (2 or more): $134 per participant
- Current GVSU students/staff/faculty: $25
Facilitator: Tamela Spicer
Deadline to Register: June 8