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Level Up your Executive Team
A nonprofit executive team's effectiveness is essential for an organization's success. Yet even in the best of times, these teams underperform for a variety of reasons, and often these challenges are exacerbated during times of crisis or uncertainty.

The five steps we’ll discuss in this session can help nonprofit executive teams move from underperforming to high-performing in their work to advance their organizations' missions, even during difficult times.

In this webinar, we will explore:
• What are the most important considerations to improve a nonprofit executive team?
• How can you keep your team’s time focused on the most critical issues?
• What is the CEO’s role in supporting a high-performing executive team?

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Nov 16, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Butch Trusty
Principal @The Bridgespan Group
Butch Trusty is a principal in Bridgespan’s New York office. Since joining the organization in 2008, Butch has led client engagements with a range of nonprofit clients and foundations. Past clients have included a local funder collaborative making investments in talent pipelines for an urban school district, a national African American mentoring program seeking to expand into educational services, a startup national education reform advocacy organization, a national teacher development organization exploring the launch of a new competency-based teacher preparation graduate program, and an urban school district serving disconnected youth, among others.
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.