Nonprofit Executive Breakfasts are held three times a year with the goal of bringing together the executive leaders of Kansas City's nonprofits for idea sharing and networking.
Please note: Attendance at this breakfast is solely for nonprofit executive directors and CEOs.
Your broken printer is leading to a broken team...and what to do to fix it!
As nonprofit executives, you're responsible for the performance of your organization, including creating and leading effective teams. Too often, leaders focus on improving people to get better performance. This old paradigm leads to burnout, frustration, and temporary results that don't last. If you're looking to make high-performance, high-belonging teams the default rather than the exception in your organization, then this session is for you.
Join Charlie Gilkey, founder of Productive Flourishing and author of award winning book Start Finishing: How to go from Idea to Done, for an action-packed hour of productivity coaching. During this session, Charlie will share his method to improve team performance by helping you understand your team's defaults, habits, tacit behaviors and other "workways."
Participants will hear tangible examples of workplace woes and leave equipped to solve the little snags that tank productivity and team morale. All participants will also receive a worksheet to help you put these lessons into practice in your workplace.
This is a program of the Executive Leadership Track.
Charlie Gilkey is the founder of Productive Flourishing, a company that helps professional creatives, leaders, and changemakers take meaningful action on work that matters. He is internationally recognized as a thought leader on productivity, planning, strategy, and leadership for creative people.
Charlie is the author of the forthcoming Workways and Start Finishing: How to Go from Idea to Done. Start Finishing is a Publishers Weekly Fall 2019 Top 10 Business and Economics Book, a Kirkus Reviews Top Indie Book, and the winner of the Eric Hoffer Grand Prize in 2020. He’s also an Army veteran and near-PhD in philosophy.
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