Interpersonal Leadership Workshop for Nonprofits

The Nonprofit Practices Institute (NPI), a partnership between the Community Foundation of NCW and the Icicle Fund, announces its fall workshop for nonprofits: Interpersonal Leadership Styles.

This workshop examines various leadership styles and the impact of those individual styles of behavior on producing results. Participants will take a survey in advance of the workshop, then review the results in a collaborative setting.

The workshop is intended for nonprofit leaders, including staff and board, but anyone is welcome to attend. Each participant will take home a booklet with their individual survey results along with tips and tools for communication.

Presenter Leslie Sholl Jaffe has over 31 years experiences as a consultant across a broad spectrum of businesses and nonprofit organizations, creating environments that enable people to transform their lives and achieve results.

Online registration is required, and the registration fee is $40 and includes light refreshments, lunch, and the individual survey. Deadline to register is August 28th, or when maximum capacity it reached. The workshop is offered in two locations:

Monday, September 24, 2018
10:00 am – 3:00pm
Pybus Public Market, Wenatchee

Thursday, September 27, 2018
10:00am – 3:00pm
Howard’s on the River, Pateros

LEARN MORE AND REGISTER

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  1. Jennifer Dolge on August 16, 2018 at 9:11 AM

    Hi Patty,
    To register, simply visit https://cfncw.org/npiworkshops/ and click on the REGISTER NOW button next to the location you’d like to attend. Registration deadline is August 28th or maximum capacity, and seats are filling up so be sure to register soon! Please let me know if you need any other assistance.
    Jennifer Dolge
    jennifer@cfncw.org

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