This course was originally held in January 2022. Purchase an on-demand ticket to get access to the recording and materials.
The Executive Director Performance Review
The Pinnacle for Cultivating Talent to Lead a Community Cause
- How is management adapting to the changing dynamics of creating community impact in partnership with a large group of diverse stakeholders and employees?
- How important is talent development, recognition, and retention in a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization?
- How does succession planning become a safe space for regular conversation?
- When does a performance review become a political process and popularity contest for an employee?
Without question, how a community impact organization chooses to evaluate its most senior staff professional tells the entire story about how it values people and their contributions to the cause. It also magnifies to what degree the organization is serious about advancing its cause using clearly articulated plans or methodologies with good leadership.
When the executive performance review is viewed as the culmination of “A Culture of Accountability” it recognizes the outcomes of board and organizational assessments to help inform a fair executive review.
This 90-minute session will talk about how the Executive Performance Review sets a standard for all other reviews of the talent at work for a cause. It will also feature a guest speaker who recently completed an executive performance review process.
At the conclusion of this course you will have tools and information to:
- Facilitate a thoughtful executive performance review based on the outcomes of other evaluations and fair input
- Coordinate an evaluation process that will result in specific discussions about an annual leadership plan, executive retention, professional recognition, and leadership succession
- Recognize the pitfalls of an executive review process that can unintentionally inhibit positive board and executive director relationships
$30: Register for the on-demand course and receive the recordings by email immediately.
Who Should Attend
Captioning: Closed captions are available.
Visual Descriptions: Presenters will include visual descriptions of themselves to give a person who is low-vision, blind, or calling in without video a sense of space and place.
About the Speaker
Jeff Wilcox, Third Sector Company
Jeffrey Wilcox, CFRE, is President and Chief Mission Advancement Officer for Third Sector Company. Founded in 2002, it is one of the largest teaching and support organizations for interim executive management and leadership continuity solutions for associations, congregations and charitable organizations in the country. He is the former Senior Vice President of Community Development for United Way of Greater Los Angeles, and Valley of the Sun United Way in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also the former nonprofit columnist for the Long Beach (CA) Business Journal, founder of “The Board Chairs Academy,” and author of “The Nonprofit Leader of the New Decade.” He co-developed and is the former lead trainer for the Wells Fargo New Executive Directors Institute of Greater Los Angeles. He is the immediate past chair of the Executive Advisory Board of the School of Business, Government and Economics at Seattle Pacific University and was named Alumnus of the Year in 2015. He is a past national chairman of the Executive Transitions and Succession Planning Affinity Group for the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and served as national governance chair for Camp Fire USA. He currently serves on the board of AFP Advancement Northwest in Seattle.