The Training Need: How ready are you for a leadership transition?
Discover why it is important for your organization to have leadership
transition plans in place whether or not you are anticipating an
upcoming executive transition, or preparing for an unplanned temporary
absence, or intending to build the capacity of senior staff on an
ongoing basis. The webinar will feature Mindy Lubar Price, CEO of
Leading Transitions, a consulting and training firm specializing in
succession planning and executive transition. Topics include:
- Making the case for succession planning in your nonprofit
- The new expectation of funders
- Types of succession planning
- Emergency Succession Planning
- Strategic Leadership Development
- Departure Defined Transition Planning
- The integration of strategic visioning and succession planning
- Assessing your organizational risk
- It’s a team approach
- Getting started
- Use of consultants
- Resources you can use
Special Features: In advance of the webinar, attendees will
receive a copy of the Leadership
Succession Planning Overview covering the three main types of
succession planning. After the webinar, they will receive the PowerPoint
presentation used in the session as well as copies of all three
Leadership Succession Planning Toolkits created by Mindy Price.
Attendees will also receive access to answers to future questions, leads
on additional capacity building resources, and more.
Who Should Attend: For board members, executive directors and
other staff leadership seeking information, tools and techniques on
nonprofit succession and organizational sustainability.
This webinar can be viewed by several people from the same organization
using one computer making your investment in Orientation to Leadership
Succession Planning even more cost effective.
Presenter: Mindy Lubar Price
Date: To be announced
Time: To be announced
Introductory Price: $69
Mindy Lubar Price, President & CEO of Leading Transitions
A Milwaukee native, Mindy Lubar Price is the President & CEO of
Leading Transitions LLC - a firm specializing in providing technical
assistance in the areas of executive transition management, succession
planning and organizational capacity building to the non-profit sector.
Mindy has an extensive background in leadership roles in non-profit
organizations and associations and facilitates executive transitions in
many arenas. She has also authored articles, been in the news and
lectured nationally on issues related to executive transitions. Mindy
coordinated the Milwaukee Leadership Transition Survey and subsequently
created and directed the Wisconsin Executive Transition Initiative at
the Greater Milwaukee Foundation. Mindy's current clients have a broad
range of service areas including: academia, healthcare, social services,
advocacy & public policy, arts and the environment. One of her primary
areas of consultation involves working with boards of directors and
senior level staff on maximizing growth potential during times of
transition and change in an organization's life cycle.
Prior to launching Leading Transitions, Mindy was Director of
Philanthropy for Aurora Sinai Medical Center. Before joining Sinai,
Mindy was the Director of Member Relations and Executive Search at The
Alliance for Children and Families - an international not-for-profit
membership trade association. During her tenure at The Alliance, Mindy
developed and managed a national executive recruitment service and
authored The Nonprofit Guide to Executive Search. Mindy traveled
extensively to a wide variety of non-profits to assess their individual
needs and opportunities and recommended plans to assist them. Prior to
her position at The Alliance, she was the Community Relations
Coordinator for United Cerebral Palsy of Southeastern Wisconsin.
Mindy is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an
alumna of Future Milwaukee. In 2003 Mindy was named one of 24 "Women of
Influence" by The Business Journal. She was also featured in Milwaukee
Magazine September 2002 cover story, "35 Faces of the Future"
highlighting a "new generation of Milwaukee leaders". Moreover, she was
featured in Milwaukee Magazine's 2006 Charitable Events Guide, “Training
Tomorrow's Leaders". She presently serves on several community advisory
committees and gives of her time to many local organizations and