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Level Up your Executive Team
New Tools for an Even More Effective Team

Your organization's impact relies on a strong, high-performing executive leadership team. Because the stakes are so high, even strong teams can benefit from moving from good to great.

Not sure where to start? We've just released a new Executive Team Effectiveness toolkit based on years of extensive research and work with over 200 nonprofits.

Join our experts for a 45-minute webinar that will cover:

• The root causes of executive team challenges
• 5 steps you can take with your executive team to significantly improve effectiveness
• How you can get started with the Executive Team Effectiveness toolkit and diagnostic (toolkit includes checklists, templates, frameworks, and examples from our client work)

With the right practical tools, you can take your executive team effectiveness to the next level. We hope to see you at the webinar.

Visit our website to download the toolkit ahead of the webinar: https://bspan.org/391U55s

This free webinar is sponsored by The Bridgespan Group's Leadership Accelerator, a series of online programs for nonprofit executive teams.

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Feb 26, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Colleen Brosman
Principal @The Bridgespan Group
Colleen Brosman is a Principal in Bridgespan’s San Francisco Office. Since joining Bridgespan in 2012, Colleen has worked with a wide range of clients in education, human services, and healthcare.
Kirk Kramer
Partner @The Bridgespan Group
Kirk Kramer joined the Bridgespan Group in 2005 as a partner in the Boston office and currently serves as the head of its Leadership practice. He has over 30 years of global for-profit and nonprofit consulting experience in strategy, organization, and operations. He has written extensively on leadership topics in the nonprofit sector.