Leading Well in Complexity - Sandy Thompson
Kia Ora and Welcome!
Feeling it's getting a bit much? Feel like you are working under limited time, resource and diminishing energy? This is a webinar for community leaders, managers and team leaders who are beginning to experience the impact on their personal wellbeing of working in the current environment.
Some of the topics covered:
We will share models that explain why leading is difficult right now (it's not you!). We will look at frameworks you can use to support your physical and emotional health (there is light at the end of the tunnel!); and approaches that will enable you to continue to lead your teams and organisations effectively (leading well in complexity).
Who is Sandy Thompson?
LEAD – Centre for Not-For-Profit Leadership
Sandy has pursued a career as a trainer, consultant and coach in the community and not-for-profit sector. She has worked with a wide-range of organisations across New Zealand and the Pacific supporting them to build their capacity to make a difference.
She is currently one of the Directors of the LEAD – Centre for Not-For-Profit Leadership, a consortium of similar minded community-focused professionals. Prior to this, Sandy was one of the team delivering the Unitec Graduate Diploma in Not-For-Profit Management, a role she took on after her ten years as the founding leader of the National Association for OSCAR. Sandy is co-chair of the Trust Board of Hui E!; New Zealand’s national organisation promoting, strengthening and connecting the Community Sector. She is also Chairperson of ChildAlert which fights commercial sexual exploitation of children and the Pacific representative on ECPAT International who do the same work at an international level.
Why are we hosting this event?
Our webinars are presented with the supporting sponsorship of the Tindal Foundation. ANCAD designs, plans and co-hosts workshops, seminars and this year in particular webinars to assist your organisation to build capacity, develop and strengthen your operation and remain adaptive and responsive in a changing environment. ANCAD works with informed and experienced presenters who share their expertise and sector knowledge with community leaders, managers, key workers and board/committee members in aspects of capability building - from leadership, fundraising and marketing, good governance and more.