Edmonton Area Executive Directors, join your peers in a casual atmosphere where leaders can connect, learn, and break down those pesky silos that persist in the sector.
Wine & Wisdom is your chance to network with fellow Executive Directors & CEOs and to exchange insight and stories about your experiences in the nonprofit sector. Wine & Wisdom is built on the belief that regular networking is essential to creating a strong non-profit sector and affecting change in our communities.
Don't miss this opportunity to join your peers in a comfortable atmosphere and pick their brains on the issues leaders face in the non-profit sector!
The topic at hand for January's edition is collaboration. How can you and your organization maximize opportunities for collaboration and partnership that creates mutual benefit for all parties?
The conversation will be led by Kim Buehler, Executive Director of SEESA, and Gert Reynar, head of the Leduc & District Food Bank. With each session focusing on a different aspect of leadership and led by a different Executive Director, it's a great place to come and enjoy the company of your peers in a stress-free learning environment.
Tickets are limited and this event regularly sells out, so don't hold off on registering for this and future Wine and Wisdom events! Tickets include light snacks and attendance at the event.
Wine & Wisdom is open to all Edmonton area non-profit Executive Directors and CEOs, and will be of particular interest to leaders of human services organizations. We encourage organizations to share this invitation with other Executive Directors/CEOs in your network.
"People talk about bike riding when they want to remind us that some things, once learned, are not forgotten. What they don't mention is how we learned. No one learns to ride a bike from a book, or even a video. You learn by doing it. Actually, by not doing it. You learn by doing it wrong, by falling off, by getting back on, by doing it again."
- Seth Godin
This event is sponsored by the ECVO's Moving to Action program as a part of building leadership capacity.