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eNews from Lead Centre for Not for Profit Leadership: November 2020

Wednesday, November 25, 2020   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: survey, newsletter, Training, Governance, wellbeing

Kia ora. The summer break is just on the horizon. It'll be a time to kick back, relax and reset.

It's also a time for self-reflection and we can't encourage you enough to make this an essential part of your leadership toolkit.

Our latest blog reveals why self-reflection is so important and how you can make it a part of your daily practice.

Our final workshops of 2020 are aimed at helping you be self-reflective and hone your leadership abilities. Register now and make this investment in you.

Upcoming Courses and Events

Developing a Personal Leadership Philosophy: 1st December 2020

A leadership philosophy is your personal mission statement of who you want to be as a leader or manager. This online summer course will help you dig deep into your own values to help you identify what type of leader you want to be.

Book now for this personal leadership philosophy workshop.

Soul Spa: Self-Care workshop for Leaders: 4th December 2020

Invest in you, with a Christchurch-based workshop that'll put self-care back on your agenda and give you practical tools for managing stress and pressure at work. We'll wrap up with some Christmas drinks at a nearby cafe.

Book now for this self-care workshop.

Governance Survey

Over the summer, we're also looking forward to delving into the data you can help us gather about good governance. We're undertaking indepth research into what good governance looks like in Aotearoa New Zealand with the intention of creating a resource to help Boards become more sustainable and impactful.  

There are two parts to the research:

  1. An online survey gathering information on a wide range of non-profit and community organisations
  2. In-depth interviewing of a small group of non-profit or community boards who have been identified by you as being good at governance.

We invite you to contribute your organisation's story by completing the online survey. It usually takes just six or so minutes to complete. Your responses will be totally anonymous and your organisation won't be identified in the final publications.

Start the LEAD Centre Governance Survey. The survey will be open until Sunday 13th December 2020. Feel free to share it with others.

Thanking you in advance.

Ngā mihi nui,
Sandy, Garth and Aly - your LEAD team.

Visit the LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Governance and Leadership website.

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