Nonprofit Leadership Seminar Series – Authentic Leadership

Event Details

This is the first of four Seminars for Nonprofits with Mikhael Bornstein of Ecojustice, being offered by Sustainability Network.

The research is clear, authentic leaders are effective leaders. But, what is authentic leadership? Why is it so important for non-profit leaders? And, how do you become a more authentic leader?

In this interactive seminar you will learn the answers to all these questions, and more!

You will participate in a series of exercises and presentations that will drive your development as an authentic leader. You will complete an assessment that will identify your strengths, and where you can grow, as an authentic leader. You will learn practical exercises that will help you develop and internalize the four components of authentic leadership. Finally, you will leave the workshop with a practical, personalized action plan that will help to continue to grow as an authentic leader.

If you want to improve your leadership skills, this seminar is for you.

In person from 1-3 PM ET / Online from 1-2 PM ET
Location: The Viola Desmond Room (3rd floor), CSI Spadina, 192 Spadina Ave, Toronto OR online via GotoWebinar
Cost: $25 per person (in person or online). Refreshments will be provided.

Space is limited. Sign up now to ensure your spot.
* Each seminar in the series will start with a one hour lecture and Q and A at CSI Spadina that will also be available via GoToWebinar. The second hour of each seminar will be a facilitated discussion with those in the room. Afterward, every registrant (in-person and online) will receive a recording of the first hour and the slide deck.

About the Presenter:
Having worked in the arts, health, social service, and education sectors, Mikhael Bornstein has more than twenty years of experience as a nonprofit leader. Mikhael is an AFP Master Trainer and a frequent speaker at conferences across North America. He is the Associate Director of Philanthropy at Ecojustice and teaches at George Brown College. Mikhael has a Master in Arts in Leadership Studies from Royal Roads University.

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