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Level Up your Executive Team
The effectiveness of your executive team has a profound impact on the overall effectiveness of your entire nonprofit organization. Because the stakes are so high, even strong teams can benefit from moving from good to great. Join us for a 45-minute webinar and hear some practical tips for taking your Executive Team up a notch.

At this webinar, expert Bridgespan consultants will share:

• The root causes of executive team challenges
• 5 steps you can take with your executive team to significantly improve effectiveness
• Tools, including a diagnostic, to help your team get started

It’s hard work getting this right and you don’t have to do it alone. It takes shared leadership, responsibility, and diversity of perspectives and experiences to make and execute on thoughtful, well informed organization-wide decisions. With the right tools and team buy-in, you can take your executive team effectiveness to the next level.

We are excited to have Shari Davis, Participatory Budgeting Project’s (PBP) Co-Executive Director, as a guest panelist on this webinar.

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

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Oct 26, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Butch Trusty
Partner @The Bridgespan Group
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.
Shari Davis
Co-Executive Director @Participatory Budgeting Project
Shari joined PBP staff after nearly 15 years of service and leadership in local government. As Director of Youth Engagement and Employment for the City of Boston she launched Youth Lead the Change, the first youth participatory budgeting process in the US, which won the US Conference of Mayors’ City Livability Award. Shari first got involved in city government in high school, serving as the Citywide Neighborhood Safety Coordinator on the Boston Mayor’s Youth Council and working at the Mayor’s Youthline. Shari is a graduate of Boston University’s Sargent College for Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and holds a master’s degree in anatomy and physiology.
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.
Kristania De Leon
Co-Executive Director @Participatory Budgeting Project
Kristania oversees PBP's network building, advocacy, and technical assistance work to increase the demand, visibility and impact of PB efforts across North America. She brings over a decade of non-profit experience having worked with domestic and international teams committed to improving human rights, social determinants of health, justice, equity and diversity. Her work has focused on public policy and advocacy, community-driven programming and engagement, cross-sector capacity building, networked movement building, and social justice. She obtained her BA in International Relations from the University of British Columbia and her MA in Social Innovation from the University of San Diego’s Kroc Institute of Peace and Justice.