Cost: Complimentary. A Sponsored Learning Opportunity by Third Sector Company and 501 Commons.
One of the most critical stages of a successful interim engagement is constructing a foundation of useful information to help the nonprofit organization make the best strategic decisions during its transition period. With time at a premium, the interim chief executive can use an organizational diagnostics process as a strategic capacity-building opportunity for diverse people to identify important facts and discuss their implications for the future.
Third Sector Company is proud to recommend and support The Five Elements of a Healthy Nonprofit, created and developed by 501 Commons, as an effective assessment tool for interim executives and all nonprofit organizations.
What You Will Learn
- What diagnostic practices are most effective for interim executives?
- What exceptional outcomes have been achieved by interim executives using effective assessment practices?
- How can the Five Elements Self-Assessment enhance the capacity-building nature of transitional leadership?
- How can interim executives help create baseline data and outcome measures to further demonstrate the impact of strategic interim leadership?