Tuesday, March 27, 2018
The Sequoia Restaurant, 643 Bee Street, Placerville
This luncheon is brought to you by AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals – California Capital Chapter) – El Dorado County Extension in partnership with Marshall Foundation for Community Health and The Nonprofit Partnership.
There are good supervisors and good managers, but then there are true leaders who bring out the best in their teams, improve the work environment, and create a lasting impact through their authentic leadership. Based on the lessons from Bill George, Harvard Professor and former CEO of Medtronic, and the insights of 125 of today’s top leaders, this course helps leaders use their core values and skills to make a greater impact.
Benefits of Attending
- Learn the core leadership values to attain your greatest impact
- Find the “sweet spot” between core motivations and capabilities
- Explore a greater self-awareness to act in ways that reflect intention and purpose
- Develop relationships that support leadership values and continuous growth
Intended Audience – all levels
This course is designed for leaders of all levels who want to align their passions and core values with their leadership skills to have a lasting impact on others.
She started her career at her alma mater, the University of the Pacific and moved to the Bay Area to work in direct marketing fundraising at a large consulting agency. After working as staff at EarthJustice, she started her own consulting firm, to help nonprofit organizations raise more funds and do it more efficiently. Catherine sits on the AFP International board, and she provides hours of volunteer time speaking and reaching out within the nonprofit community, to help support the mission of AFP to encourage ethical and effective fundraising.
Deadline for Reservations – Thursday, March 22
530-642-9984 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AFP Members $25 Non-members $35
Payment Due with Reservation
(registration fee made payable to Marshall Foundation)