Learning to Lead

More and more emerging leaders (ages 35 and younger) are moving into leadership roles within nonprofits. With any changes in roles and responsibilities requires a distinctive leadership voice and outstanding management skills. From staff to volunteer to governance roles understanding what makes a great and effective leader is always a critical skill to have. Our discussion will include information about what is outstanding leadership and leaders that:

  • “Pursue organizational mission regardless of constantly changing funding;
  • Use cross-training and joint efforts with other organizations; 
  • Capture what organizations learn and share these lessons about success and setbacks, and;
  • Understand that the legacy of their work is about creating a change that lasts beyond their organizational lifetime.”

Join YNPN San Diego and Liz Shear on Thursday, September 17 for a two hour workshop to learn about managing leadership shifts and advancement. Liz Shear, an organizational consultant who specializes in leadership and governance issues, will facilitate an interactive workshop including a guest appearance by one of her clients that will discuss how to navigate leadership change in your workplace and, a World Café discussion on your leadership goals and challenges. Learn more about the World Café at http://www.theworldcafe.com.

All of YNPN San Diego’s programs are free to its members, but there is a cost to coordinate these events, bring high-quality programs to the membership, and serve as a reliable and high-quality organization.  Your donations will help to ensure that YNPN San Diego can continue to meet these demands.  Please consider making a donation online, through our Facebook Cause or at the event. 

Individuals who donate at the Learning to Lead Workshop or online one week before and after (September 11 - 24) will be eligible for a gift from our generous in-kind supporters.  The recommended donation for this event is $25. You can donate ONLINE today and help support our $2009 in 2009 campaign.  Click here.

Thank you to our generous partners: Volunteer San Diego and Nonprofit Management Solutions! As always thank you to our title sponsor, Sempra Energy!!

Name Sales End Price
General YNPN SD Member (35 and younger) Ended Free
Friend of YNPN SD (36 and over) Ended Free
Non-member Ended Free

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