- October 10, 2012 1:00 pm
- October 10, 2012 2:00 pm
OUR APOLOGIES: Our speaker will be unable to present on October 10, but we will have a webinar on outcomes measurement early next year.
As an executive director do you:
- feel overwhelmed by the amount of things going on in your organization
- question whether you and your board are on the same page with the goals of the organization
- often get caught up in busy work and lose sight of the long term goals of your organization’s programs
- feel like your organizations has gradually drifted from its mission but you don’t know what to do to get it back on track
- wonder why you always feel like you’re always working but your organization’s results aren’t improving
- A pragmatic model of the pathways of conversations.
- Specific conversational tools to move from debate and discussion to a co-creative dialogue.
- Examples of using those dialogue to facilitate NGO transformation.
|Natasha Golinsky – Ever since I was a teenager, I have loved being a part of social change. Whether it was collecting food for the food bank, coordinating school fundraising events, long-term international missions or serving meals at a local homeless shelter, I have always loved doing life-impacting work.
As I became an adult, my focus became less on social good and more on social standing. For the first nine years of my career I poured myself into building a company where lifestyle, financial freedom and personal achievements were my goal and doing work to change-the-world became an afterthought. I lived chasing my goals – that was all I thought about.
On the approach of my ten year entrepreneurial anniversary I began a project that had a dramatic effect on my career path. During a casual conversation with my church pastor, he asked if I would be willing to help him with some strategic planning work he and his key leaders were working on: organizing ideas, making plans and managing the process. Up until this point, I had never done any business related work for him nor had any experience strategic-planning outside of the for-profit sector.
Within a year of serving in the nonprofit environment, I had left my business and was working full time coaching executive directors of non profit organizations: church, causes, and schools.
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