LeaderSpring Call for SF-based E.D. Fellowship Applications – deadline Sept. 2!

LeaderSpring invites veteran and mid-career nonprofit executive directors based in San Francisco to apply to its two-year, on-the-job Fellowship. This Fellowship is ideal for those who lead agencies serving low-income communities and communities of color and who seek to achieve breakthroughs in agency performance while gaining self-renewal.  Fellows participate in retreats, monthly day-long gatherings, workshops with seasoned trainers, executive coaching, and a customized study trip to a nationally respected agency.

Building on the organization’s 14-year track record, LeaderSpring is pleased to help accomplished leaders move to their next horizon of personal and professional growth.  The LeaderSpring program is the only two-year place-based fellowship in the San Francisco Bay Area that also leads to a cross-sector alumni network of executive directors, now with 129 members.

Description:

Through this Fellowship, leaders will have an opportunity to achieve personal and agency transformation, including:

  • Enhancing the performance of their organizations, including board governance and personnel management.
  • Sharpening their leadership and management skills by focusing on practical, real-time issues.
  • Gaining new perspectives on social change issues.
  • Building bonds with peers, enabling cross-sector partnerships.

Preliminary phone screenings will be conducted in July and August (applications are distributed after this screening).  To schedule a screening, please email Julie Guy, Program Associate at julie AT leaderspring DOT org or call (510) 286-8949.   For more information, visit www.leaderspring.org.  Applications are due Friday, September 2, 2011 by 5:00 p.m.

Fellowships are generously subsidized thanks to grants from: American Express Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, James Irvine Foundation, Piedmont Community Church, S.H. Cowell Foundation, Union Bank Foundation, U.S. Bank, Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation, Walter and Elise Haas Fund, Whitman Institute, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and Y & H Soda Foundation.

Click HERE for a PDF version of this Call for Applications.

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