Ventura County Nonprofit Leadership Council
Thursday, January 12, 2017
11:30 am - 1:30 pm
VCCF Nonprofit Center
4001 Mission Oaks Blvd. Camarillo, CA 93012
Individual Members: $0
About this event
Join us for the January 2017 convening of the Ventura County Nonprofit Leadership Council with a focus on Coaching as a Resource in Your Nonprofit Toolkit.
From a panel of local experts, this session of the Nonprofit Leadership Council will address real examples of when (and how) coaching has made the difference and help you develop and practice new skills to integrate into your day to day leadership. Perfect for executive directors, program managers and team leaders who seek to apply coaching principles to elevate their own nonprofit practice or help team members navigate a tricky challenge or campaign.
This first gathering of the New Year will be the one you and your team members won't want to miss!
At this session, we will explore:
- What is coaching? Under what circumstances does coaching have the most impact?
- How much does coaching cost? And how long does it take to achieve results?
- What makes coaching different from training, teaching, mentoring?
- How can I learn and apply coaching approaches & techniques to be a better nonprofit leader?
Panel participants include:
- Suzanne Elliott, Envision Consulting, panel moderator
- Catherine Kort, Development Director, Interface Children & Family Services
- Gloria Miele, PhD, Leadership & Executive Coach, Stronger Leader
- Patricia Schwartz, MA, PCC, BCC, Executive and Major Gifts Coach, Schwartz Associates
The Ventura County Nonprofit Leadership Council is a collective of thought-leaders that seeks to advance philanthropy and build stronger nonprofit leaders serving our region.
Each year, the Council offers a series of five topic-driven convenings that serve as a forum for both seasoned and emerging nonprofit leaders to network with colleagues and peers, deepen understanding of important sector issues and develop a shared voice to advocate for the sector.
Convenings are held every other month, September – May, with a focus on cutting edge topics effecting leaders in the field. Each meeting is chaired by a local nonprofit leader with panel discussions and content experts facilitating meaningful dialogue. Individuals can participate in the Council and attend all five sessions by becoming a member for $75 or by attending individual sessions for $25 each.
Visit the Become a Member page to become a member today!