October 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm$15 – $30
Executive director responsibilities vary widely depending on the organization’s mission, size, structure, and history. The role of the executive director has evolved over the years due to growth in the nonprofit sector, complex social issues, and ever-increasing responsibilities. This workshop has been designed for executive directors committed to continuous learning, improving performance, and loving their job. Participants will participate in peer-to-peer coaching and discuss the benefits of peer learning as a community of practice. Learn success characteristics and core competencies of executive directors and develop a plan to boost your effectiveness as a nonprofit leader.
Denise Clark is a nonprofit strategist, consultant and executive coach with over 25 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. A former executive director, she is a recognized thought leader on management and governance. A popular trainer and facilitator, Denise is known for her passion, expertise and authenticity. She serves as an adjunct professor in Nonprofit Leadership at the University of Denver and provides a variety of consulting services including board development, retreat/process facilitation, strategic planning, fundraising, organizational assessment, and peer learning circles. Denise lives in Telluride and is thrilled to be bringing her trainings to nonprofit organizations in Silverton!