How Nonprofit Leaders Effectively Lead High-Performing Organizations
In this session, we will address the question: “What are the characteristics of an effective nonprofit leader?” Dr. Anthony Silard will share the results of over 25 years of research into nonprofit leadership, including his review of surveys of tens of thousands of employees around the world from the nonprofit, private, and public sectors who have been asked what they look for in their leaders.
We’ll also delve into the questions nonprofit leaders ask themselves everyday: “How do I inspire and motivate my staff?” “How do I build trust with my staff, board, funders, and clients?” “How can I lead with empathy and emotional intelligence so my employees feel valued, inspired, and committed to their work?” Anthony will also share the Three Spheres of Effective Leadership—a model that distills the three most important leadership qualities and how you can exercise them daily to become an effective leader.
Session Learning Objectives
Participants will be able to:
- identify and describe three of the most important character qualities of effective nonprofit leaders;
- define (an early version of) their Unanswerable Question;
- understand how leaders balance passion with compassion;
- distinguish between task-oriented and relationship-oriented styles of leadership and the outcomes associated with each; and,
- identify what nonprofit staff and volunteers seek in joining a nonprofit organization.
The seminar will be held on Thursday, January 21, 2021.
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Anthony holds a Ph.D. in leadership from IESE Business School, which hereceived with First-Class/Excellent Distinction. He also holds a Master’s in Public Policy focused on leadership from Harvard University and has received two of Harvard’s most prestigious awards, the Robert F. Kennedy Public Service Award and the Manuel Carballo Memorial Award. His leadership
programs have helped thousands of people in over 40 countries to create positive, breakthrough personal and social change in their lives and the lives of others.