Have you heard executive leaders complain, “It is lonely at the top”? Leading a nonprofit CEO or executive director can be isolating.
Why so when so many others are nearby? The problems leaders face are:
They are, however, perfect for solving with other leaders.
That’s why your members love getting together to learn, collect ideas, and encourage each other. But conferences are infrequent and costly (time, if not money), and their “highs” are unfortunately short-lived.
What if you could provide your members with the crucial parts of onsite events—developing solutions, connecting, and sharing best practices—more often?
That’s the role of cohort conversations.
Cohort Conversations offer rare, interactive opportunities for leaders to refill their wells and strengthen their leadership for missions that matter.