ED Academy, Session 1:Trust, More Trust, Team and Leadership

  • Tuesday, June 05, 2018
  • 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Room 131, 100 Building (building with flagpoles at front entrance) / Baker College of Jackson / 2800 Springport Road / Jackson, mI 49202





Trust, More Trust,
Leadership, and Team Goals

Facilitated by Tom Williams, Capacity Builder




In addition to the topics below, this first session will be spent on discussing processes, expectations and seek agreement on the cohort norms throughout the academy


Goals:  Operating a nonprofit organization that makes an impact on your community is hard work.  People and their ability to lead are key to organizations functioning at a high level and being able to build their capacity to fully address their mission.  Becoming the leader and convening other leaders to make this happen is an intentional action that relies on a deep understanding of leadership, how leaders behave and practices that move the organization forward.


This session will provide participants with working knowledge of the following:

  • Understanding the research about the five exemplary actions successful leaders practice.
  • Analysis of what trust is, the role it plays with leaders and the successes of nonprofit organizations.
  • The value of approaching nonprofit work as a team and the key elements necessary for teams to function at a high level.




Nonprofit Network

2800 Springport Rd.
Jackson, MI 49202
Phone: (517) 796-4750


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