This SSIR Live! program will explore:
- How effective leadership development can make a difference in reducing leadership turnover
- How to define what your organization needs in future leaders, and how to help your current management team cultivate those talents
- Best practices, tips, and tools to support leadership development among your executive team
Do you have the leaders you need to achieve your mission? Experienced executives understand the importance of skilled leaders to mission success; but few feel confident in their ability to cultivate and retain that talent. A recent survey by The Bridgespan Group showed that the two-year turnover rate for senior leadership is about 25 percent, driven in large part by the perceived lack of development and growth opportunities.
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, 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.
Preeta Nayak is a partner in The Bridgespan Group’s San Francisco office. At the consulting firm, she has worked with a variety of nonprofit, philanthropic, and public-sector clients on strategic planning and organizational design. Fontaine M. Huey is the president of the Center for the Visually Impaired in Atlanta, an organization dedicated to helping people with impaired vision to live with independence and dignity. Bonnie Hunter is an HR executive with a special interest in leadership development. She has been with North York Community House, in North York, Ontario, Canada, for 14 years, and is currently the director of talent and innovation.
This webinar will be conducted as a lively, interactive program. You’re encouraged to ask the speakers questions during the session to explore the topic further. You are also welcome to join the LinkedIn group where presenters will answer additional questions after the broadcast.
Our expert panelists will share innovative examples of best practices, tips and tools, and real-world case studies.
Who Should Attend?
During this SSIR Live! program, leaders from nonprofits and for-profits will have a chance to reflect upon their organization’s future leadership needs, consider how to build management’s “development muscle”, and learn how to maximize staff learning on the job.
Register and access the recording of the live event on-demand three hours after the webinar ends and anytime over the next 12 months. Log in with your registered email address here.
Center for the Visually Impaired
Director of Talent and Innovation,
North York Community House in Toronto, Canada
ModeratorManaging Editor, Stanford Social Innovation Review