65 Mitchell Blvd #101
San Rafael, CA 94903
Transitions Happen: Are You Ready?
Presented by CVNL CEO Linda Jacobs Davis
$60 Member, $95 non-member
Succession plans are essential for helping us plan for our futures. Well-managed transition to new leaders can enable organizations to chart a course in a new direction, maintain momentum, build or rebuild infrastructure, and clarify their mission. This three-hour course is designed to help participants consider the options available to create and sustain a culture of leadership succession in their organizations.
- Gain a better understanding of the big picture
- Understand the types of succession plans: Unexpected Departure, Planned Retirement, Planning for Key Positions
- Discover different approaches, practices and tools for transition planning and action steps for moving your organization
Who should attend: This course is ideal for Executive Director’s/CEOs, HR Directors, Managers and board members. Did you know CVNL offers executive search, interim leadership placement, and succession planning for nonprofits? Learn more here.
Linda has served as the Chief Executive Officer with Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL) since 2002. Linda has more than 35 years’ experience in nonprofit management, working with both local and national organizations on a diversity of issues. She is a frequent presenter and facilitator on issues and trends in the nonprofit sector and consults with nonprofits on board governance, executive transition, and leadership development.
Linda is a Board Member for the Marin Economic Forum (MEF) and Marin County School to Career Partnership, and a member of the HandsOn Network Affiliate Assembly. She is a former appointee to the Marin County Women’s Commission, past President of the Marin National Organization for Women, and a former member of the Marin Independent Journal Editorial Board and the Marin Red Cross Leadership Council. In 2011, Linda was inducted into the Marin Women’s Hall of Fame. Linda graduated from University of South Florida and is a graduate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organization Management. Linda has lived in Marin County since 1978 and has two sons.