Essentials of Succession Planning – Seattle

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Essentials of Succession Planning – Seattle

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February 10, 2017 9:00 am
End
February 10, 2017 12:00 pm
Location
American Red Cross, 1900 25th Avenue South, Seattle, Washington 98144, United States   View map
Phone:
206-799-1942

Third Sector Company's Succession Planning Workshop is designed to help participants consider the options available to create and sustain a culture of leadership succession. Considered one of the most comprehensive succession planning programs in the country, workshop participants will be provided instruction and tools based on seven essential elements that form a functional culture of succession.

To sign-up, fill out our online registration form, or contact Sharon Howe at 206-799-1942 or showe@thirdsectorcompany.com.

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Schedule / What You'll Learn

A working definition of succession planning versus career or transition planning

A pre-succession planning organizational culture assessment

Contingency succession methods

Succession planning policy for board and staff

Demonstrated basic competencies in human resource management

Analysis and resourcing of the current strategic plan of the organization for leadership continuity

Sustaining a succession planning culture in a nonprofit organization

Details

Fostering Leadership Continuity for your Nonprofit Organization

Today, with the overwhelming numbers of nonprofit professionals planning retirement, career moves, or sector changes,
nonprofits must give equal weight to developing human capital in addition to financial capital if there is to be a
demonstrated commitment to organizational sustainability. Third Sector Company developed its succession planning
models and curricula based on years of nonprofit experience drawn from the rich cadre of experienced leaders that form
the human capital of our own practice which specializes in interim executive management for nonprofit organizations
during times executive transition.

This three-hour seminar is designed to help participants consider the options available to create and sustain a culture of leadership succession. It is as a tangible demonstration of our commitment to our mission: To foster a continuity of professional and voluntary leadership for the futures of the nonprofits sectors in the United States and Canada. Considered one of the most comprehensive succession planning programs in the country, workshop participants will be provided instruction and tools based on seven essential elements that form a functional culture of succession.

Date

Friday, February 10, 2017

Time

9:00AM to 12:00PM

Workshop Fee

$95 per organization for up to six registrants

Instructor

Susan Adler

Susan Adler has led nonprofits for over three decades, serving in the roles of Executive Director and now, as a Board President. For more than 15 years, she was the Executive Director of the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research. Prior to that appointment, she was Executive Director of the Seattle Alliance for Education. Susan has a proven track record in building strategic alliances and working with diverse stakeholders — skills honed during her work on state and federal education policy for the nation’s governors and legislators in the “other” Washington.

An experienced communicator and facilitator, Susan is passionate about our responsibility to grow and shape the pipeline of future board and professional nonprofit leaders across our Seattle region. This is her top priority as the President of Seattle Hadassah. She will be leading us through an interactive discussion filled with tangible tools and resources that can be utilized immediately. She has been affiliated with the Third Sector Company for four years. 

Registration

To sign-up, fill out our online registration form, or contact Sharon Howe at 206-799-1942 or showe@thirdsectorcompany.com.

 

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