August 1, 2017
The leadership skills required as society grows into the 21st century is often overlooked as organizations are learning to survive in this age of cross cultural, multi-generational and flurry of social media outlets. One of the biggest challenges facing nonprofit organizations is its management and leadership. Understanding the dynamics, demographics and culture of the American society requires a myriad of skills many nonprofit leaders do not possess. This workshop discusses the critical skills most common among successful nonprofit leaders, focuses on seven key strategies for leading, leading in an intergeneration organizational culture and what tools are needed to lead a successful 21st Century organization. Participants will have a better understanding of their leadership style and skills, skills needed to lead a 21st century agency, as well as learn how they can maximize within their organization’s culture.
East 38th Street Library
5420 East 38th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46218
You must register at (317) 275-4350