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Inclusive Nonprofit Professional Development That Works
The nonprofit sector is experiencing a racial leadership gap. Studies show the percentage of people of color in the executive director/CEO role has remained under 20% for the last 15 years even as the country becomes more diverse (Source: Race to Lead: Confronting the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap report). Despite a healthy talent pool and desire for advancement among people of color in the social sector – it isn’t happening.

How can we enable more staff – especially staff of color – to become leaders within our organizations? As a nonprofit leader, you can play a critical role in addressing this challenge in your own organization. It isn’t expensive or rocket science, but it does take intention, creating habits together as a leadership team, and individually as managers. In this webinar, you will learn

• Which unspoken approaches to performance at your organization may be standing in the way of equity
• A new approach to leadership development that centers equity
• A framework for crafting development opportunities with intention

We are proud to welcome these nonprofit leaders as guest panelists, to share their expertise and experiences:
Herna Cruz-Louie, Chief of Organization Effectiveness and People Officer, Girl Scouts of Northern California
Cindy McCann, Organization Effectiveness Director, Girl Scouts of Northern California

This free webinar is sponsored by The Bridgespan Group's Investing in Future Leaders program.

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Apr 13, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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