Common Good Vermont is partnering with Washington Nonprofits to bring you this online course for the cost is $20 for Vermont nonprofits.
The Executive Director Performance Review
The Pinnacle Example of A Nonprofit’s Commitment to Accountability, Talent Management and A Shared Leadership Culture
Thursday, June 18, 2020
12:00PM – 1:00PM (Pacific Time)
It can be extremely challenging for a board of directors to provide a timely, thoughtful and fair evaluation of the chief professional officer. For some, the entire process can seem cumbersome and overwhelming. For others, it can be viewed as a political landmine. Yet, establishing an organizational process for setting goals, creating check-ins, and providing useful feedback lay the cornerstone for a culture of accountability and a commitment to developing and cultivating talent.
This one-hour overview of executive leadership performance planning and review provides a framework for board members and executives to begin conversations to construct a review process that reflects a year-round commitment to executive success, mutual accountability between management and governance, and a climate of talent development, retention and succession.
You will leave this course ready to:
- Conduct a thoughtful executive performance review
- Engage in a directed conversation between management and the board that results in a published strategy to co-create and sustain a culture of year-round accountability
- Incorporate leadership succession planning into thoughtful long-range planning for the organization and its talent management
Board Members, Nonprofit Staff, Executive Directors
This webinar is one segment of a three-part series focused on the accountable nonprofit. It has been designed for board leadership and the executive, as well as the consultants and management support organizations who support them, to engage in developing, monitoring, and evaluating performance goals for each of the critical elements of a successful organization: Governance, management, and organizational performance.
About the Presenter
Jeffrey Wilcox, CFRE, is President and Chief Mission Advancement Officer for Third Sector Company. Founded in 2002, it is one of the largest teaching and support organizations for interim executive management and leadership continuity solutions for associations, congregations and charitable organizations in the country. He is the former Senior Vice President of Community Development for United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and Valley of the Sun United Way in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also the former nonprofit columnist for the Long Beach (CA) Business Journal, founder of “The Board Chairs Academy,” and author of “The Nonprofit Leader of the New Decade.” He co-developed and is the former lead trainer for the Wells Fargo New Executive Directors Institute of Greater Los Angeles. He is the immediate past chair of the Executive Advisory Board of the School of Business, Government and Economics at Seattle Pacific University and was named Alumnus of the Year in 2015. He is a past national chairman of the Executive Transitions and Succession Planning Affinity Group for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and served as national governance chair for Camp Fire USA. He currently serves on the board of AFP Advancement Northwest in Seattle.
Washington Nonprofits is pleased to offer its members a discounted price. If you are interested in becoming a member, please find more information here.
- $20 Members of Washington Nonprofits (Check the Member Resources Page for the Member-only Discount Code)
- $40 Not-yet-members
All sessions will be recorded and each recording will be sent to all registered participants.
Please contact us if you have any requests, concerns, or questions.
Thanks to Our Partners
Presented by Washington Nonprofits and The Third Sector Company, in partnership with Common Good Vermont, the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, the Maine Association of Nonprofits, the Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits and Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Association of Oregon, the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands, the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits, the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits, and the West Virginia Nonprofit Association.