Feburary 27, 2013 – NEWS Event: Leadership Strategies for Emerging Nonprofit Professionals
Leadership Strategies for Emerging Nonprofit Professionals
Help propel your leadership to the next level through this informative and insightful leadership development session designed for emerging nonprofit professionals.
In this session, you will be introduced to information that will help you:
- Assess your personal leadership style and discover your strengths
- Maximize your leadership strengths to manage and motivate others more effectively
- Discover characteristics of top leaders and learn from your peers
Catherine M. Gerard
Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Catherine M. Gerard serves as Associate Director of Executive Education Programs and Director of the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. Ms. Gerard teaches leadership for managers at many levels. Her graduate course at the Maxwell School is targeted for mid-careers managers from public and nonprofit organizations in the United States and abroad. Ms. Gerard has consulted with public and non-profit organizations in the areas of strategic planning, leadership/management, organizational change, team-building and conflict resolution, labor-management partnerships, and total quality management.
Due to space and class size considerations, this workshop is limited to two representatives per organization. Attendees should be affiliated with a nonprofit organization in a senior staff or middle management capacity.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
9:00am – 12:00 noon
Central New York Philanthropy Center
431 East Fayette Street Syracuse, NY 13202
Cost: $25 per person
*If you would like to pay by check at the door, please click on the “show other payment options” link and choose “Pay Offline.”
CNYCF PARKING INSTRUCTIONS:
*Please do not park in the lot adjacent to the Philanthropy Center in front of Joseph’s at the Carriage House. This is a private parking lot and your car may be towed.
*There is street parking on East Fayette, East Washington and Genesee Streets.
*A Murbo surface lot is located within a block of the building; you may enter on East Washington Street, next to Jazz Central.
*A covered parking garage is located at 300 East Fayette Street.
*Limited parking will be available in the lot directly in front of the CNY Philanthropy Center, but please do not park in spots reserved for Philanthropy Center tenants. A parking map can be viewed here: http://www.cnyphilanthropycenter.org/General%20-%20ParkingRev.pdf