Executive Transition Management is a broad and productive process that encompasses leadership development, planned departures, and emergency gaps. When top leaders depart, it's a pivotal moment for an organization. In risk management terms it is both an inevitable and a high risk situation, and one that is often poorly planned.
If you have a skeletal succession plan because you’re externally required to, are in the midst of a leadership transition, or have delayed addressing the topic in your organization for whatever reasons, this session will provide some next steps to move forward.
Nonprofit executives and board members -- join us to elevate your readiness for this inevitable occurrence and influence the likelihood of facilitating a positive leadership transition.
Presenters Bruce Scott, nonprofit executive coach and consultant, and Bill Moran, founder, The Moran Company LLC, an executive search firm, offer an overview of succession planning best-practices illustrated by real-life examples of executive turnover and replacement.
A program of The Effective Nonprofit series.
Full participation in this program is applicable for 1.0 points in Category 1.B –Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or recertification.
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