Leadership Essentials for Non-profit Professionals

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Leadership Essentials for Non-profit Professionals

Time: February 1, 2012 from 11:45am to 1:15pm
Location: The Adams Room, Medford Library
Street: 205 South Central Avenue
City/Town: Medford, Oregon USA
Website or Map: http://www.annegoldenassociat…
Phone: (541) 482-1117 or [email protected]
Event Type: lunch
Organized By: Anne Golden Associates
Latest Activity: Dec 13, 2011

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With the multitude of changes that our community and our institutions are experiencing, local leaders are being challenged to be more creative, responsive and effective and asked to do more, to get more and to be more. If you are experiencing challenges in your own organization, consider participating in this leadership development series designed to support your professional growth and personal empowerment.

Together with other members of the Rogue Valley’s non-profit community, you will receive educational materials, a leadership assessment and participate in hands on exercises.  You will practice  building your skills around effective communication & decision making and create a plan for your growth as a leader or project manager that can directly impact the organization you represent or your future calling.

Anne Golden is the principal of Anne Golden Associates located in downtown Ashland, Oregon, providing organizational change consulting and leadership coaching services to non profits, the business community, foundations and individuals.  Anne has an MBA, over 20 years experience as a Human Resources Executive, as well as grant making for various foundations and funding organizations. She currently serves the community as a member of the executive committee of the Ashland Community Hospital, the United Way Community Building Committee and the Southern Oregon Red Cross Chapter Heroes event.

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