A starting point for social sector leaders to develop their organizations’ innovation capacity.
In this SSIR Live! program, Bridgespan partner, Preeta Nayak will share findings from the firm’s research on leadership development, and outline the habits every executive team can take to slow the “turnover treadmill” and better prepare for future success. Fontaine M. Huey, president of the Center for the Visually Impaired, and Bonnie Hunter, director of Talent & Innovation at North York Community House, will share their experiences of putting these practices in place within a growing organization, including tips and tools for jumpstarting the process, and mitigating the biases that can limit staff development and growth.Access this webinar
A fair and accurate count for the 2020 Census is critical for political representation and for the allocation of $700 billion in federal funds. Low-income communities are especially at risk of undercounting. The operations for the Census are already in high-gear: Key decisions are being made, heads of local offices are being hired, field staff are being sourced, and outreach campaigns are being designed. In this SSIR Live! program we will explore opportunities and avenues available for nonprofits, funders, and local governments to ensure your local community gets counted.Access this webinar
What does it mean to be a system leader? What does it take to catalyze collective leadership? In this SSIR Academy! video resource, Peter Senge, author of The Fifth Discipline and Senior Lecturer, Sloan School of Management MIT, and Founding Chair, Society of Organizational Learning, will explore the qualities needed to catalyze collective leadership to address social and environmental problems.Access this webinar
Why the internal operations of nonprofits and NGOs make or break their impact.
There are six moments in every organization’s business cycle that are ripe for discussion around how mergers and alliances can advance mission and impact.