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Why Non-Profits Need to Be Agile.
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The definition of agile is: having a quick resourceful and adaptable character. This discussion will expand on that definition as it relates to non profit organizations. Create an Agile Culture for a Strong Competitive Advantage.

When: Thursday, November 21, 2019
9:00 AM
Where: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
208 W 13th Street
New York 10011
United States
Contact: Marcia Eberhardt

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Why Non-Profits Need to Be Agile.


Please join us for a lively discussion on why your organization would benefit on being agile.


This discussion will be lead by Susan H Robertson,  Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Stop at Nothing and Conscious Business Insights.  The topic will incorporate creating REAL Culture and four characteristics of a peak performing culture, including resilience, engaging, agility and loyalty.  Susan will be using the D.A.R.E agile method to create agility.


Also included in this discussion will be:


What are the biggest struggles nonprofits face?

2.       What are the major challenges for the next five years? 

3.       Why is agility so important?  What happens if non-profits are not agile? 

4.       At the end of the talk, what would the members say that would indicate they got what they wanted and needed maybe more?



The presenter is the author of REAL Leadership:  Waken to Wisdom.  Susan also has a new book due out in April of 2020:  REAL Culture:  Create a Servant Culture Organization.  For the past 30 years Susan has worked with non profit and for profit organizations helping them to transform their culture and improve leadership effectiveness. Susan’s companies have impacted the lives of over 30,000 leaders in 38 countries in over 3,500 different companies. Having traveled the world, and working in many different organizations, Susan knows what it means to be agile as a leader and how to create and lead an agile organization. She has worked with many different non-profits including: United Way, Save the Children, MS Society, Nemours Children’s Hospital, and the Brady Campaign. 



Hope to see you there.  If you register and are unable to attend please let us know.

Thank you.



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