Leadership Essentials: Tools to Maximize Planning

Leadership Essentials: Tools to Maximize Planning
Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 2:00 p.m. Eastern

Attend the live webinar and earn one CAE credit hour.

Planning is inherent in leadership.  Whether the daily to-do list, or the organizational strategic plan, the work of leadership revolves around successful planning. Members of the iCohere Academy identified planning tools as the top priority for 2018 leadership training. Thank you, Academy, for your feedback!

In associations and NGO’s, the demands on executives, staff, and volunteers seem to grow exponentially. Therefore, efficient and effective planning is critically important.

Planning can be viewed simplistically as short- or long-term. Short-term, as in planning the upcoming workshop, is a necessity and primarily tactical. Long-term planning, based on foresight, is the work that builds and sustains organizations. Although short-term planning is essential, it is long-term planning which will be the focus of this webinar. Now, be sure, some of the long-term tools certainly can be applied to short-term projects.

Attend the live webinar to earn one CAE credit hour.

In this webinar, we will:

  • Review planning tools that should be part of every leadership toolkit;
  • Highlight tools for immediate implementation;
  • Share tips for maximizing planning with limited means; and
  • Provide a list of planning tool resources — both traditional and digital.

Click Here To Register

Your webinar host:

Amanda Batson - ADB PartnersDr. Amanda Batson, education architect and consultant, founded ADB Partners in 2004 specializing in Education on Demand. A major focus is quality hybrid learning and helping organizations achieve dynamic balance between face-to-face (f2f) and online experiences. Her consultant services include organizational planning, education design, speaking, research, writing, and facilitation of both in-person and virtual events, communities and courses.



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