Association Executive Roundtable
In partnership, Elan Consulting and Arizona Society of Association Executives invite you to apply for a special professional development opportunity.
• Do you want to grow as a leader so that you can grow your organization's impact?
• Do you feel like few people can really understand the challenges you face in your position?
• Would you like to have trusted, experienced, and knowledgeable peers to help you solve and face challenges you experience as the CEO?
If you answered yes to these questions, then a Non-Profit CEO/ED Roundtable might just be the right opportunity for you!
Imagine the value of delving into your toughest issues about
• vision and impact,
• board and staff,
• finances and sustainability,
• changing internal and external social, political, and financial landscapes,
• work-life alignment, and
• whatever else arises for you as it arises,
with savvy, unbiased peers in a completely confidential setting. What could be possible for you? For your organization? For our community?
This is a RARE opportunity... In the for-profit sector, CEO Roundtables have been accepted for decades as one of the best ways to grow organizational leaders' effectiveness. Such opportunities (especially affordable) are few and far between for non-profit CEO's/ED's. It is even rarer for Association Executives…
Which is why Elan Consulting and Arizona Society of Association Executives are linking arms to offer a new Association CEO/ED Roundtable in Phoenix, beginning in January 2017.
You may be the right fit if…
• You are the CEO/ED of an Association,
• You have staff that you oversee,
• Your board functions primarily as a governing board,
• You believe you can learn from your peers and have something to offer them,
• You are willing to commit to attend one half-day meeting a month for 10 months.
How does it work?
Every month, Roundtable members check in with each other on how they're doing professionally and personally. Then, the group focuses its attention on one member's issue. Using a structured process of inquiry and listening, peers draw upon their vast experience and knowledge to open up possibility, uncover assumptions and blind spots, acknowledge your strengths, and reframe issues so members get the most relevant advice. The presenting member walks away with new perspective, possibility, and strategies. Because issues are typically very relatable, everyone else walks away with something relevant to their own organizations.
• Visit www.elanconsulting.org/roundtable.html to apply and for more information.
• Interviews will be scheduled with all prospective members following the receipt of your application.
• Any questions can be directed to Bryn Jones, Roundtable Facilitator, Elan Consulting, email@example.com or (520)668-3366.