Shared Leadership Session 3: New Trends in Shared Leadership

November 16, 2022

08:00:00 AM - 10:00:00 AM


This series will look at key issues such as board succession planning, the evolving role of the board, and the board/staff partnership.

For anyone interested in leadership, especially Board members, Executive Directors, and staff in leadership positions who work with Boards. This multi-part series will look at key issues such as board succession planning, the evolving role of the board, and the board/staff partnership.

Session 3: New Trends in Shared Leadership - Increasingly, organizations are looking at different models of shared leadership from co-directors and board co-chairs to different organizational models. In this session, we’ll look at examples of shared leadership and discuss where and how all of our organizations might adopt and adapt these practices. We’ll also look at the benefits ranging from succession planning to greater organizational sustainability as well as the organizational challenges that might prevent us.

Please note: this is part of a four-part series. You must sign up for each session separately, but do not have to sign up for all four. Feel free to register for whichever works best for you!

$10 ticket includes breakfast and workshop.

Additionally, if you are staying for the late morning session - Fundraising and Communications Session 3: Baseline Reviews of Communications - you must register:

About the Facilitator

Brigid Lang, MPA, CFRE, is a consultant and coach who has worked in nonprofits for more than 25 years, with particular passion for organizational development and fundraising. Recent appointments include Interim Deputy Executive Director at the Human Services Council, Interim Chief Development Officer at Oliver Scholars and Executive Director at Grace Institute, a workforce development program. Brigid has done extensive consulting in fundraising, nonprofit management, C-suite coaching, multiracial/ multicultural team building, diverse board development & governance, and training with an anti-racist lens. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Columbia University and B.A. in English from Vassar College. She is currently Chair of the Board of Delgracia Corp, Inc., a startup nonprofit whose mission is to assist young mothers aging out of foster care. Brigid’s practice is grounded in the organizing principles of the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond and focuses on the concentration of power in organizations. Her work includes systems analysis and preparation for change, fundraising, governance, leadership and developing mechanisms for accountability. She is a member of Racial Literacy Groups, the Associations of Fundraising Professionals and Nonprofit Professionals and the Alliance for Nonprofit Management.

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This event is presented by the Grunin Foundation in partnership with Support Center, CadencePace Partners, and NJ Center for Nonprofits.


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