Date: September 18, 2018
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Location: Rotary Charities Conference Room
Facilitator: Lucille Chrisman
Are you interested in becoming a more effective leader? Are you wishing you could have a bigger impact in your organization and community? Join us to learn how effective leaders of today are using adaptive leadership tools and tactics to tackle tough challenges. We need to think differently and lead differently to get different results. This introductory session will highlight the key frameworks of being an adaptive leader, and will provide an overview of the Rotary Charities Adaptive Leadership Series that begins on October 5, 2018.
This introductory session is being offered FREE of charge. Please note that it is an excellent precursor for the Rotary Charities Adaptive Leadership Series, but is not a requirement for participation.
What is adaptive leadership? Take a peek at this video for a quick intro:
Lucille Chrisman is a Certified Executive Coach with over 30 years of experience working with leaders, management teams, and organizations, helping them gain clarity, focus and action in reaching personal and professional goals.
As Vice President of Public Affairs and Executive Director of Development, at Saginaw Valley State University, along with Associate Director of Philanthropy for The Nature Conservancy, Lucille has a deep understanding of challenges of nonprofit leaders. In addition to her nonprofit leadership, she also experience as a for-profit leader, conducting customized corporate trainer programs within the US through the American Management Association. Lucille has been a full time professor at CMU and SVSU, teaching Effective Communications, Business Communications, Small Group Communication and Organizational Leadership.
Lucille is a certified coach from The Coaches Training Institute and is a member of the International Coaching Federation.