Collaborative leadership for nonprofits focuses on working together with others to achieve shared goals and outcomes. It involves building relationships, fostering partnerships, and creating a culture of collaboration within and outside the organization. In a nonprofit context, collaborative leadership is particularly important because many organizations depend on the support of various stakeholders, including donors, volunteers, board members, and community partners. Effective nonprofit leaders who use collaborative leadership practices can engage these stakeholders in a meaningful way and leverage their collective strengths to achieve the organization’s mission and program and fundraising goals.
Who should attend: Staff and volunteers at all levels of a nonprofit who are involved in connecting their organization to the community at large, other service providers, and funders. Registration closes on September 25.