The "Adventure in Leadership" provides an opportunity for leaders from nonprofit organizations to consider their own personal leadership journeys:
- to reflect on the general attributes of great leadership
- to consider how they personally make leadership decisions and take action
- to reflect on past successes and troubles from their own experiences
- to build new relationships withother nonprofit leaders who face similar professional and personal challenges
- to embrace new mindsets that will help them achieve better, long-term results for their organization, their stakeholders, and themselves
Wildwood Resort and Marina is an hour east of Nashville airport and provides beautiful accomoodations and high-tech retreat facilities.
Retreat participation is limited to 20 spots to allow for appropriate social distancing.
A high-level agenda of the retreat's activies is provided below:
Thursday, March 25
9:30 AM: Arrival and Check In
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM: "The Call to Leadership"
- Leadership Framework
- Interactive Exercises
- Small Group Work
12:00 PM: Networking Lunch
1:00 PM - 5:30 PM: "Visionary Storytelling"
6:00 PM: Dinner and a performance with two of Nashville's premier singer/songwriters
Friday, March 26
7:15 AM: Breakfast
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM: "Creative Innovation"
- Generating Great Ideas
- Listening for Great Ideas
12:00 PM: Networking Lunch
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM: "Collective Teamwork"
- Case Studies
- Closing Discussion
About Mike Wagner: Former executive director and chief teaching officer of The Advisory Board Company. As a long time teacher of management, leadership, and strategy, Mike consulted and facilitated workshops with leading health systems, businesses, nonprofit groups, governmental agencies, and multi-national organizations in the Unitied States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, the Middle East, the United Kingdom, and Europe.
About John Deane: John founded Southwind Health Partners, a start-up focused on providing management
and consulting services for the nation's health systems. Upon their retirement, John and his wife Natasha founded the Deane Foundation.
About Jacob Kleinrock: Jacob has worked with nonprofits and political campaigns in Tennessee and around the country for over a decade. He is the Director of the Deane Foundation and founder of Triumph Strategies, a fundraising consulting firm.
This all-inclusive retreat (content, materials, lodging, meals, private concert) is valued at $4,000. However, John and Natasha Deane are underwriting a nonprofit leader discount. The early bird price is available until February 19, 2021 at which time the rate will increase from $699 to $799.
CNM is assisting with the registration for this third party event. Any questions about the event can be directed to: Jacob Kleinrock at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for this event is now closed.
7316 Granville Highway
Granville, TN 38564
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