On Thursday, November 10, 2022, Dr. Kenneth Taylor, Director of Outreach and Professional Development for the Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy (CNP) at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, shared effective leadership techniques that enhance nonprofit performance with webinar participants.
Current nonprofit directors, nonprofit staff, Texas A&M students, staff, and faculty tuned in to learn about various nonprofit leadership theories, styles, and techniques. As the former CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas, Dr. Taylor shared valuable information about effective leadership styles and ways to ensure your employees’ needs are being met.
Taylor summarized the information participants gained by sharing, “Individuals can employ these various leadership practices to enhance performance at their nonprofit organizations. Tips included in the webinar were the importance of creating a structure for employees to enhance their confidence in completing tasks, prioritizing high-quality one-on-one exchanges with employees to build trust and respect among one another, and investing in employees to ensure they develop personally and professionally.”
Dr. Kenneth Taylor is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Department of Public Service & Administration, a Faculty Fellow for the Center for Health Systems & Design, and is the Younger-Carter Practitioner-in-Residence at the Bush School.
The Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy will start its Spring Nonprofit Webinar Series in February 2023. Visit the CNP’s resource page to view the recording and the PowerPoint from this month’s webinar.