Date: 06/21/2022
Time: 1 pm eastern
Run Time: 90 minutes including Q & A session
Leader: Brad Lebowsky, MBA, Nonprofit Consultant
Credits: Awarded 1.5 credit hours by HRCI and 1.5 PDCs by SHRM
Price: Webinar $295; Webinar + Download $349 (Share the download with your colleagues)
Audience: Executive directors, CEOs, senior executive staff, board members, finance, payroll, human resources, in-house counsel

PROGAM DESCRIPTION

What factors determine the success of a nonprofit organization?  While sufficient financial, technology, human resources, and more are obviously important, numerous mission focused nonprofits are demonstrating that such limitations can be overcome.  Many highly successful nonprofits, it seems, are always in need of additional resources, but somehow continue to achieve their mission year after year. Just how do they do this?  With the excellent leadership and strong “people skills” of their key personnel.  Time and time again, strong leadership and great people skills will galvanize and motivate an organization to keep moving forward despite their limited resources.  Please join Brad Lebowsky, MBA, an accomplished nonprofit consultant, and leadership trainer, as he describes the attributes of strong leadership and how with training managers and supervisors throughout your nonprofit can become the key to keeping your organization moving forward and focused on achieving its mission.     

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

During this important webinar Mr. Lebowsky will discuss:

  • Understanding what good leadership and strong people skills involve
  • How to assess your own leadership and people skills. Seeing how your skills align with the needs of the organization
  • Establishing an organization vision. Guidance for cultivating a shared vision at all levels of the organization
  • How to manage change in your organization in a manner in which no one is left out and everyone is a participant in the change process
  • How strong leaders use discipline as a teaching experience
  • Understanding what the other person is thinking
  • Important industry leadership and people skills best practices and case studies against which you can compare your organization
  • Some leaders are born. Others with training will develop the necessary skills. Practical exercises which can improve your leadership skills and understanding of the needs of your employees and volunteers
  • How to develop strong leadership and people skills at all levels of the organization
  • Necessary differences in leadership styles and people skills in a volunteer based environment
  • The importance of demonstrating good leadership and strong people skills in the current tight labor market
  • Managing public relations as an important leadership role
  • How successful community development requires strong leadership and people skills
  • The importance of skill based and periodic leadership training
  • Fine tuning your skills with regular professional development training

PROGRAM LEADER

Brad Lebowsky earned his MBA with an emphasis on nonprofit management specializing in finance and budgeting. He has more than 25 years of nonprofit management experience and is a sought-after speaker, author, and nonprofit consultant. His areas of expertise include budgeting, finance, grant writing, strategic planning, board training, retention of donors, employees, volunteers, and professional development.

Brad has worked with dozens of nonprofit organizations helping them to improve their performance and better fulfill their missions. In the current period of economic uncertainty Brad has a demonstrated track record of assisting his clients to improve their operations and to identify and take advantage of new opportunities as they arise.

Brad can be reached at Brad@4NEA.com. As a speaker, author, consultant, or podcast host of the NEA Podcast on iTunes and wherever you find your podcasts, his overriding goals are to grow people, communities, and resources for nonprofit organizations across the country.