About this event
Back by popular demand, starting in February 2021, Philanthropy Northwest will continue offering leadership conversations for CEOs. As foundations experiment with new strategies and ways of operating during the continuing global pandemic, these conversations are structured as cohorts so that CEOs can share confidentially and candidly with the same group of peers over time.
In addition to being a challenging role, serving as a CEO in the philanthropic sector can be isolating and at times, lonely. During the cohort sessions, CEOs will get peer support, receive encouragement during difficult times and consult on the tough topics executives face. Consider joining a CEO cohort as an act of leadership sustainability for your organization. These cohorts provide a safe place among fellow foundation executives to vent, laugh, seek advice, and yes - even cry - and then return to the work re-energized. You'll also receive practical tools to lead through the ongoing multiple crises: managing the pandemic response, addressing systemic racism and dealing with widespread financial shortfalls for communities and organizations.
Difficult journeys are made easier by joining together with your peers.
When and Where:
Each cohort will meet virtually, in four sessions spread over two months with start dates beginning in February and running through May. We'll customize the focus and content of each cohort's meeting to the specific challenges and work of participants, with more details to follow. Currently, the meeting times and dates are TBD, but after the cohort participants register, a meeting schedule will be determined based on the group's shared availability.
For Questions or to Register:
The registration deadline is January 29, 2021.
Please email Erin Thomas, vice president of people and culture, to get more information about pricing, format and to register. Our CEO cohorts have filled rapidly in previous offerings, so register early before all slots are filled. Cohort sizes are kept small to create effective discussions and build close relationships.