Creating Robust Sr. Leadership Teams

Creating Robust Sr. Leadership Teams Event GraphicJune 9, 2022, at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Email Karen to reserve your seat.

With Special Guest, Ellie Hollander, President and CEO of Meals on Wheels of America. 

Are you using the world’s best CEO nonprofit labor-saving device?

Say yes, if you created a high-functioning management team. After all, you hired or inherited a group of talented people that love your mission. Besides, everyone knows the team is essential for success.

What could go wrong with leading your management team?

Lots.

Team dynamics are tricky. From ancient grudges, tender egos, differences in approaches, turnover, and remembering to focus on the whole rather than your department, creating a strong senior leadership team is rarely easy and a moving target.

When the senior leadership team’s disgruntled, no one’s happy. Team challenges can make your workdays difficult, increase your tasks, and make you dread team meetings because you’ll be the referee.

So what’s a CEO to do? Join Karen’s CEO Conversation on June 9 at 1 pm Eastern, for best practices and insights on creating and maintaining strong senior management teams.  With your peers—whether your management team is aspirational or fully built—you’ll discover best practices and insights to use immediately.

It doesn’t have to be lonely at the top. Join your peers from across the country and discover how to create strong senior leadership teams. Get laser clear on how to grow them now on June 9 at 1 p.m. Eastern. Your work-life balance and how much impact your leadership will make, depend on it.

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More about Special Guest, Ellie Hollander,

President and CEO of Meals on Wheels of America

It’s about setting a vision, exciting people to want to join with you on the journey, and knocking down obstacles that get in the way. It’s about showing humility, vulnerability and authenticity; not taking yourself too seriously; being accessible, open, honest and inclusive. Leadership is an evolution and can happen at any level in an organization. It’s something that is earned, not bestowed.
Read the rest of The Medium article here.

More about Karen’s Nonprofit CEO Conversations

Karen hosts intimate, 50-minute, pro-bono Zoom conversations exclusively for CEOs and executive directors about best nonprofit practices.

These rare interactive opportunities gather nonprofit leaders from across the country to explore high-level nonprofit leadership opportunities.

Questions?

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Conversation participants are hand-selected to provide a mix of nonprofit missions and geographic settings.

What CEOs are saying about Karen’s Nonprofit CEO Conversations

Karen’s CEO Conversations are a great place to have candid, useful conversations with other nonprofit CEOs.
Mona Duffus
CEO
Dawning Family Services

Great call today – very helpful. I picked up lots of very helpful information, so THANK YOU!!!
Diane Nahabedian
Executive Director
Monkey Helpers

Every one of the conversations has been fantastic. I have applied something from each one for my work.
Erica (Mossholder) Klauber
Executive Director
Children’s Craniofacial Association

It doesn’t have to be lonely at the top.

Yes, sign me up