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Agenda for Rest of the Day. Get oriented to the program as a whole Get to know each other Begin thinking more deeply and broadly about leadership in nonprofits Begin the assessment component. Specifics of the Curriculum. See “curriculum-at-a-glance” handout in section 1 of your notebook

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Agenda for rest of the day

Agenda for Rest of the Day

  • Get oriented to the program as a whole

  • Get to know each other

  • Begin thinking more deeply and broadly about leadership in nonprofits

  • Begin the assessment component


Specifics of the curriculum

Specifics of the Curriculum

  • See “curriculum-at-a-glance” handout in section 1 of your notebook

  • The program is comprised of three chief conceptual components:

    • Leadership self-assessment and group formation (October – January)

    • Strategic thinking and transformational leadership (February – March)

    • Leadership Skill Building and Consolidating Learning (April – June)


Challenge discovery

Challenge Discovery

  • Tomorrow, 10am – 3pm,

    rain or shine

  • We begin at 10; Arrive at 9:45am

  • Bring your own lunch.

  • The focus is on teambuilding. It will be fun.

  • Low ropes plus one.

  • Dress very casual and warm. Layers work well.

  • Allow ample travel time (past Ashland on I-95). For your GPS, use 9908 Doswell Rd, Doswell, VA 23047

  • See directions in notebook front cover. Arrange carpools if you like.


Leadership coaching

Leadership Coaching

  • A relatively new field and leadership development resource

  • Is a one-on-one partnership between you and a professional coach

  • Focuses on maximizing your professional potential, enhancing leadership performance, and building your capacity

  • Differs from “life coaching”

    or counseling


Your leadership coach

Your leadership coach

  • Will focus on leadership development goals you identify together

  • Considers any of the topics in our curriculum, among others, to be appropriate areas in which to focus your goals

  • Is more likely to ask a question than tell an answer

  • Will expect you to take action (as agreed upon) between sessions

  • Is qualified to debrief with you on all of your assessment results

  • Has expertise in leadership issues and nonprofits


First sessions

First Sessions

  • Will take place in mid December

  • Involve you and your coach getting to know each other

  • What you and your coach may discuss:

    • Your work background

    • Current work situation

    • Leadership opportunities and challenges

    • What you want out of ENPL

    • Initial thoughts about goals for the coaching

  • We’ll discuss the sessions in more detail as part of the retreat


Enpl alumni connections

ENPL Alumni Connections

  • The active group of 96 past graduates of ENPL

  • Gather monthly for learning opportunities, social and service events

  • Invited to March afternoon session and June graduation

  • Serve as “buddies” for you:

    • Email contact prior to Oct 16

    • One in-person contact before the retreat

    • One more contact Jan-May


Between sessions

Readings

Packet of EQ articles to read pre-retreat

Book (finish by

January 11 session)

Pre-session articles

Learning Groups

A smaller learning circle within ENPL

Engage in

between-session dialogue

Will be formed today

You’ll receive questions from Susan

Between Sessions


The december retreat

The December Retreat

  • Held at the Shalom House in Montpelier (30-45 minutes north)

  • Facilitated by Tammy Jackson (bio in section 1) and Susan Wilkes

  • Begins at 10am on Th, Nov 29 and concludes at 3pm on Fri, Nov 30.

  • This is an overnight; additional detail will come via email

  • Rooms are doubles. A limited number of single rooms are available for a $20 charge. See Rachel.

  • Dress is extremely casual

  • Plan on being away from email on those days


A moment for paperwork

A Moment for Paperwork!

  • Fill out the brief “pre” assessment. Turn them in to Susan Make note of any areas you want to consider for a coaching goal.

  • Double check your info on the Participant Roster. Let Rachel know of any changes.

  • Look at the coaches bios in your notebook and review meeting times and locations. Sign up for your first coaching session on one of the bright red pages.

  • Turn in your Challenge Discovery forms to Rachel.


Group forming

Group Forming

Please rise up and form a large circle outside.


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