Employers are experiencing greater stresses on their people and systems and scrambling to reduce employee turnover – and nonprofits are no exception. Watch this webinar for cost-effective ways to improve communication and retain talent.
This webinar underlines how the current disruption has reframed the leadership development model and approach in organizations, and what lessons organizations have learned as they strive to develop their cadre of future-ready leaders.
Facebook – a company that changed the way the internet was used and the way people connected with one another – recently announced their rebrand to Meta. What are the practical implications of a prominent company changing its name and its mission, and how can we examine the shift from a leadership perspective? In this episode we’ll dive into the way an individual’s leadership brand can impact their influence, and how leading change and transformation requires direction, alignment, and commitment. We apply what we know about change to what we see happening with Facebook’s transformation and how we can lead with that in mind.
In October, US General and Statesmen, Colin Powell died due to complications associated with COVID-19. Among his many accolades, he was chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (1989–93) and Secretary of State (2001–05), the first African American to hold either position. With so much accomplishment and with such proximity to the highest levels of leadership in the world, we’ll talk about how Colin Powell’s humility and insistence on transforming experiences into growth opportunities contributed to much of his success and appeal as a leader, and how we can lead with that in mind.
Servant leaders have long been praised for prioritizing their people, but is often practiced in ways that subvert self in favor of others. In this webinar we explore ways to reimagine the servant leadership model to allow leaders to take care of themselves first, in order to more effectively serve those they lead.
Kindness in the workplace matters more now than ever, as employees have more options — so engagement and retention are imperative. In this webinar, learn how leaders can be more intentional about showing kindness, empathy, and compassion.
Due in large part to the coverage on social media, most of us likely know the name of Gabby Petito. Both mainstream media and amateurs on social media have committed hour upon hour raising awareness of her case. But for many, this story only highlights what’s not covered so compulsively by the media: The disappearance and death of thousands upon thousands of women of color. Today, we want to explore what can be learned from the media coverage of Gabby Petito, how bias plays a part, and what leaders today can do to lead with that in mind.
Given the rise of remote and hybrid work, effective virtual collaboration has never been more important. Success requires more than technological solutions – interpersonal skill development is critical, too.
We conducted research with 10K+ young workers around the world to learn their views on leadership. This report reveals our findings and provides tips to help your organization attract, retain, and support emerging leaders.
Working at a nonprofit can be incredibly rewarding, but with long hours, demanding workloads, and tight budgets, burnout is common. Watch this webinar to learn how to enhance performance and reduce nonprofit burnout.