LeaderSpring's Annual Alumni Forum
Lives Committed to a Cause: A Dialogue with Sage Leaders
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 from 9:00am – 4:30pm
We are pleased to invite LeaderSpring Alumni and Fellows to join us for a day of deep learning among peers, including a circle of 4 elders who are highly accomplished, equity-driven leaders. Along with sharing their own stories, they will engage you and your LeaderSpring peers in a thought-provoking, generative discussion on the kind of leadership these times call of us, individually and collectively. Special guests include Deborah Alvarez-Rodriguez, Lynette Jung Lee, Arnold Perkins and Patricia St. Onge.
To learn more and purchase a ticket for the event, please click here
Transforming Power and Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership Competency
In this webinar, LeaderSpring's very own Renato Almanzor examines how social sector and community leaders manifest power and privilege toward the ends of community well-being and liberation. Furthermore, he takes us on an exploration of conditions for leadership development program providers to have in place in order to surface issues of power and privilege in program deliveries. Click here
to view the full webinar!
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Balancing “Heart and Head” for Organizational Effectiveness: a LeaderSpring Approach
--Cynthia Chavez, Executive Director of LeaderSpring shares her insights on leadership with a balance of "Heart and Head." Click here
to read the full article.
Announcing the East Bay Class of 2014!
LeaderSpring is proud to present 15 outstanding social sector leaders serving the communities of the East Bay as our new cohort of fellows. We look forward to all the moments of shared learning and community building the next two years have in store. Click here
to view the roster for our East Bay Class of 2014 Fellows.
Thank you to all the friends, colleagues, and supporters of LeaderSpring for making our 15th Anniversary Celebration a remarkable success!
Your combined presence and insights throughout the day built a space of deep connection and renewal for our community of leaders to continue our collective efforts. In case you missed it, click here
for a view of LeaderSpring through the years and click here
to view photos from the day.
We also wish to congratulate the directors of the Alameda Health Consortium on their Leadership Legacy Award and express our thanks for your years of service toward accessible healthcare for the people of Alameda County.
to enjoy a four and a half minute testimonial from alumnus Brahm Ahmadi
, CEO of People's Community Market, East Bay Class of '08.
LeaderSpring is pleased to feature a story about a six month dialogue series between funders and leadership program providers. Click here
to download the article.
To hear firsthand how LeaderSpring's Executive Coaching Project plays a key role in our Fellows' personal and professional development, please enjoy the following video.Since 2006, LeaderSpring has been providing pro-bono, one-on-one coaching as an invaluable component of the LeaderSpring Fellowship.
In response to growing demand for our services, and based on the success of several pilots, we are pleased to officially launch the LeaderSpring Consulting Group! We are delighted to extend our services to foundations, government agencies, and nonprofit intermediaries in support of hard-working leaders and managers in California and across the country. Click here for more information.