Bridging Contemplative Dialogue and Action in the 21st Centry w/Patrick Davis
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8/7/2014
When: August 7, 2014
10 - 11:30 AM
Where: Nonprofit Association of the Midlands
11205 Wright Circle
Suite 210
Omaha, NE  68132
Presenter: Patrick Davis
Contact: Todd Mercural-Chapman
402-590-7737

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THIS EVENT HAS REACHED THE MAXIMUM # OF REGISTRATIONS.  EMAIL todd@nonprofitam.org TO BE PUT ON THE WAITING LIST.

Are you at a transition point in your leadership practice?

 

All dynamic organizations are wrestling with

complex questions with no quick fixes. 

 

In the 21st Century, nonprofits need to dedicate time to hold

Bold Dialogue on the complex questions that matter most:



  • How do we enable the next generation of leaders to lead us into the future?
  • How is our leadership team building on the legacy of the previous generation?
  • How do we cast a vision that is strategically linked with measurable results?
  • How do we see more clearly what is ours to do as individuals and as a team?
  • What are ways for tapping into the flow of practical information and creative energy already present in the organization?
  • How do we align conversations across all roles and levels in the organization?
Building a culture with the discipline of dialogue from governance down to the point of service is key.  In this session you will begin to mindfully re-discover the ancient art of dialogue and apply it to your current operational needs.


Patrick Davis, MA has invested over 30 years successfully partnering with both senior leaders and frontline staff of organizations committed to holistic health.   His experience within the non-profit community include coaching executive directors, serving as a board chair, community organizing, volunteer management, mission integration for a regional mental health provider, managing pastoral care for a large health system and providing direct spiritual care as a member of interdisciplinary teams for hospice and mental health programs.  Today, he lives by the Great Smokey Mountains and supports courageous individuals and innovative organizations committed to transforming health in the 21st century.