Nonprofit Leadership Transitions

Leadership transitions are an inevitable part of every nonprofit’s life cycle.  While these transitions can be daunting and often carry an emotional weight, the leadership transition and development process can benefit both the people involved and the organization. Transitioning from one nonprofit leader to another is an opportunity for investing in your overall organizational strategy and growth. Leadership transition is a time-bound, four-phase transition from one leader to another.  Join us to learn about preparing for an upcoming leadership change, setting yourself up for a successful search process, and onboarding your new leader for short-term and long-term success.

This workshop will have closed captioning available through the online service Otter.ai.

Propel workshops are not recorded.

Registration and Cancellation

Registration

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Your space is guaranteed upon receipt of the registration fee. Online payment is made using the registration link associated with your selected workshop. Registration fees may also be paid by check. Make checks payable to Propel Nonprofits. Checks must be received prior to event to complete registration and guarantee space.

Registrations canceled prior to the start of a workshop receive a full refund or credit transferable for you or another person to attend a future scheduled workshop. No refunds or credits will be granted for no-shows. To cancel or adjust reservations prior to the event contact training@propelnonprofits.org.

Cancellation Policy

Registrations cancelled prior to the start of the training will receive a full refund.  After the training begins, no refunds or credits will be granted.  If paying by check, payment must be received prior to event to complete registration and guarantee space.  To cancel or adjust reservations prior to the event, contact Teresa Bettmann at tbettmann@propelnonprofits.org or training@propelnonprofits.org.

Accommodations

Accessibility

If you have accessibility needs in order to participate fully in a training, please reach out to Teresa Bettmann at tbettmann@propelnonprofits.org.

Group Registration

If you are interested in registering more than four members of your organization for the same public training, please contact Teresa Bettmann at tbettmann@propelnonprofits.org to discuss availability and options.

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$85

Trainers

Amanda Ziebell Mawanda

Amanda Ziebell Mawanda, an Organizational Development and Leadership Consultant with 20+ years of nonprofit experience, specializes in fostering transformative relationships. At Propel Nonprofits, she leads Leaders Circles® for Greater MN executives and assists nonprofit professionals and boards in purpose clarification and effective governance. With expertise in women-led and BIPOC-centered nonprofits, Amanda holds certifications in MBTI®, IDI, and mediation. Currently pursuing an Ed.D., her research focuses on transformational leadership. A fervent advocate for women and children, she serves on various nonprofit boards and is on the strategic committee for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. Amanda enjoys family time, poetry, cooking, and urban gardening.

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Mario Hernandez

Mario is a seasoned nonprofit leader with 20 years of experience in various executive and board positions. He is passionate about creating a more just society through strategic, collaborative, and inclusive leadership. He likes to share his insights and skills with other nonprofit professionals. He lives in St. Paul, enjoys biking and chatting, and values family and community.

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Types
Locations
Cost
$85

Trainers

Amanda Ziebell Mawanda

Amanda Ziebell Mawanda, an Organizational Development and Leadership Consultant with 20+ years of nonprofit experience, specializes in fostering transformative relationships. At Propel Nonprofits, she leads Leaders Circles® for Greater MN executives and assists nonprofit professionals and boards in purpose clarification and effective governance. With expertise in women-led and BIPOC-centered nonprofits, Amanda holds certifications in MBTI®, IDI, and mediation. Currently pursuing an Ed.D., her research focuses on transformational leadership. A fervent advocate for women and children, she serves on various nonprofit boards and is on the strategic committee for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management. Amanda enjoys family time, poetry, cooking, and urban gardening.

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Mario Hernandez

Mario is a seasoned nonprofit leader with 20 years of experience in various executive and board positions. He is passionate about creating a more just society through strategic, collaborative, and inclusive leadership. He likes to share his insights and skills with other nonprofit professionals. He lives in St. Paul, enjoys biking and chatting, and values family and community.

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