• November 9, 2023
    12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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Registration includes access for up to three individuals from your organization.

Registration for this event includes access to the zoom workshop as well as a 1-hour consultation with the presenter.

While there is risk in leadership and other important transitions, there is also tremendous opportunity for reflection, change, and organizational growth. Well-planned transitions can create stronger organizations. Although this may sound like a problem that only large organizations with executive positions need to address, small organizations can quickly get too entangled to an individual’s identity and therefore be unable to survive beyond their involvement.

Succession planning is about planning for sustainability at every level. Good planning will help prioritize the mission of the organization over any individual person and help organizations of any size navigate many types of inevitable changes. We will discuss how to plan ahead for upcoming transitions, approach possible recruits, and consider what changes might make your job or volunteer openings more appealing.

About the Instructor: Kristen Krista has used strategic thinking, intentional connections, and nimble communication to inspire philanthropic investments for the last 25 years. While holding leadership roles at Gettysburg College, Wagner College, and Franklin & Marshall College, she created strategy for high-net-worth individuals, consistently inspired gifts of $100,000 or more, built and motivated high-performing, cohesive teams, managed up and across, and creatively connected the dots. Kristen is an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and works with a variety of fundraisers across the country guiding them to their potential. She is a graduate of Gettysburg College, a voracious reader, and is a Stroke and Turn Judge for USA Swimming.

All sales are non-refundable.

Thank you to the Lancaster County Community Foundation for their support of PRC’s Toolkit Series. To see the rest of the workshops in this series, click here.