Audience: For executive directors and board members, particularly board chairs.
In the charitable sector, turnover rates for leaders in CEO and Executive Director positions have been hovering around 20 percent since 2015. Burnout is real.
As organizational leaders continue to face new challenges in balancing the need for transparency and flexibility with the drive it takes to accomplish your mission, the sector needs to move toward more shared leadership models.
Taking the time to plan for your organization’s evolution can help you avoid bumps along the way.
Key concepts will include: what shared leadership is, key skills for effective shared leadership, tips for moving to a shared leadership model.
Did you know Tamela is also leading a Leadership session on November 10, 2020?
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Track: Human Resources and Leadership (3.0 hours) or Organizational Management (3.0 hours)
Cost: NO COST for 2020
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Tamela Spicer is a program manager for nonprofit learning services for the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Mich. She works primarily with faith-based clients, and specializes in organizational structure, fund development and strategic planning. Tamela is also a certified executive coach and leads the Johnson Center’s Executive Coaching Program.
Prior to joining the staff at the Johnson Center in February 2016, Spicer served as a Regional Development Director for The Salvation Army, Regional Director for the Arthritis Foundation, and Executive Director for Flat River Outreach Ministries.
Spicer serves on the board of directors for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management, and is active in Rotary. She previously served on the board of Lowell Light & Power. Tamela holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts degree in religious education and theology from Aquinas College, as well as a master’s degree in Communications from Spring Arbor University.
In addition to her role at the Johnson Center, Spicer is a part-time faculty member in the School of Public, Nonprofit and Health Administration at Grand Valley State University.
Nonprofit Management Certificate Program
This workshop is eligible for 3.0 hours in the Human Resources and Leadership Track OR 3.0 hours in the Organizational Management Track of the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Minority Executive Leadership Certificate Program
This workshop is not a required workshop in the Minority Executive Leadership Program.
Certified Fundraising Executive
This session is eligible for 3.0 credits