Leadership Capacity Building Program
We are partnering with the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute at Bryn Mawr College (NELI) to pilot this capacity building program.
The program was created in response to recommendations shared by nonprofit and county leaders.
The sessions are designed to a) bolster systems thinking and adaptive leadership; b) familiarize leaders with organizational concepts, tools and data to lead effectively and c) apply both on a larger scale to effect systems change.
Throughout the year, we will seek additional feedback to help inform future trainings.
The links below provide additional information about this series. Click on the file link below the Questions section to download a PDF with all of the information.
Program is designed to:
Strengthen leadership and organizational capacity within nonprofit and public organizations in Montgomery County leading to a more financially sustainable system.
- Increase the capacity of public and nonprofit executives and Board members to incorporate systems thinking in their planning processes.
- Strengthen organizations’ knowledge and skills in developing effective partnerships and cross-system collaborations.
- Cultivate a more holistic understanding of consumers to improve the safety net’s sensitivity and responsiveness to changing demographics.
- Expand the ways in which safety net providers increasingly value and use data and assessment of outcomes.
The Leadership Capacity Building Program for Today's Leaders is a series of seven, full-day sessions, plus a shorter evening session targeted to board members' essential role in systems change. Sessions will be held roughly monthly at the Community Partners Center in Colmar, PA.
Information Conference Calls
Organizations that are interested in applying must participate in an information conference call. The conference calls will be held on these dates:
- Wednesday, January 16, 2019, 9:00 - 10:30am
- Tuesday, January 29, 2019, 9:30 - 11:00am
Participant Code: 957901#
You must register for one of these calls at the link below.