Leadership Essentials Part 3: Fiduciary Leadership
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This three-part series draws together the leadership basics for organizations that create change and help communities. These interactive sessions examine planning, culture and finances. Each session details how to understand and make sense of core leadership skills and provides methods to increase confidence, competence and comfort in each area.
Session 3: Fiduciary Leadership
Being a fiduciary reaches well beyond financial management. As fiduciaries, leaders have a fundamental responsibility as “trustees” of an organization’s assets and results. This session defines fiduciary capacity and examines the tools to maintain this function, linking resources to the benefit an organization wants to provide.
Who Should Attend?:
- CEO/EDs and Board Chairs
- Nonprofit Staff
- Board Members
About the Speaker: Justin Pollack
Justin is founder of Orgforward, a consultancy that partners with community benefit agents and capacity builders to develop leadership and strategies that create communities where equity, dignity, engagement, and a healthy environment exist for everyone. His focus is supporting leadership with what is needed to effectively govern and operate organizations that actively and consciously make the world a better place. Justin is an active educator, coach, writer, and strategist with more than 25 years of experience in the community benefit field. He works with board members, staff, and volunteers from agencies ranging from small start-ups to large well-established agencies on topics of community outcomes, values and culture, governance, financial management, planning, supervision, leadership development, and organizational sustainability. Core to the values of Justin’s work is considering every engagement an opportunity to partner with others to learn, engage, and feel confident about how we can create benefit for the people and environment around us.
Justin holds a dual B.A. in Organizational Theory and Environmental Studies from Pitzer College and a M.Ed.in Curriculum and Teacher Education from Stanford University.
Justin is a Creating the Future Fellow and a Standards for Excellence Licensed Consultant® through the national Standards for Excellence Institute and also serves as a master trainer for the Licensed Consultant Training program.