Are you preparing to exit from your position in the coming years? If you are, you are not alone. Data tells us that 10,000 individuals are retiring each day in America. You may be one of them in the coming months or years.
Or, perhaps, you are looking for something else, and you are ready to leave your leadership position, but you want to do it the right way and you just know it’s time.
Join Margaret Linnane in this three part webinar series where you can anonymously participate and prepare for a transition that is a win win for you and the organization. Your passion, experience, and the success of the mission can all be channeled for good with some planning and thought.
This is a three part webinar series - please plan to participate in all sessions.
Webinar I: Preparing Your Organization for Leadership Transition--May 3, 2017
In this one-hour session, we will talk about having the organization in the best condition for someone new to take over. We will reduce the time it takes for him/her to grab control and assume leadership.
Webinar II: Succession: Internal Candidates or External Ones Only--May 10, 2017
In this one-hour session, we will discuss succession. Your organization may have a strong internal candidate or two, or none at all. We will talk about preparing qualified staff to apply for the position as well as guiding the board to do an effective search.
Webinar III: Your Legacy: Thinking About Your Personal Impact--May 17, 2017
In this one-hour session, we will talk about legacy. The story of You as an organizational leader will last indefinitely. How do you want to be remembered and for what?
Cost: $80 members | $160 nonmembers for series
Facilitator: Margaret Linnane, Executive Director, Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership
Margaret Linnane is the executive director of the Edyth Bush Institute. Prior to coming to the Institute, Ms. Linnane was the executive director of the Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida for 18 years. Her extensive experience in resource development, program and fiscal management, and community outreach were paramount in selecting her to lead the Philanthropy Center in 2004.
Ms. Linnane served as Past Chair of the Board of Directors of Florida Nonprofit Alliance, the statewide association formed to provide a collective voice for nonprofits at the local, state and federal levels. A past recipient of the prestigious Martin L. Bell Memorial Scholarship, a full-tuition scholarship awarded annually to a nonprofit executive in the Executive MBA Program at the Roy E. Crummer Graduate School of Business, Linnane holds an MBA and a B.A. from Rollins College.