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Equity and Inclusion Leaders Network

Building Multicultural Leadership

Ecotrust Conference Center 721 NW 9th Avenue
Portland

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Guadalupe Guajardo, PhD, Senior Consultant

Nonprofit Association of Oregon

Continental Breakfast & Networking at 8:00
Presentation at 8:30

Shifting demographics in the communities served by nonprofits calls for greater multicultural leadership. More than ever, it is important for nonprofits to meet the diversity goals reflected in their missions. Together, we will explore how to create an environment that welcomes new leaders and reveals in-house talent.

Welcoming and embracing new leaders does not have to be a mystery, but it often requires rethinking our mindset. This interactive workshop will explore effective models of leadership and organizational culture that promote leadership from within.

Together we will explore:

  • Creating an environment that welcomes and embraces new leaders
  • Steps to an expanded mindset
  • Where to start: reflecting and sharing your own experiences
  • Using group wisdom to surface best practices
  • Identifying your “personal next step”
  • About the Presenter

    A nonprofit consultant for over 25 years, Guadalupe specializes in organizational development, boards and governance, leadership development, and cultural competency. Guadalupe holds a Ph.D. in Transformative Learning and Change from the California Institute of Integral Studies, an MA/ABS in Organization Development from the Leadership Institute of Seattle, and an MA in Theology from Mt. Angel Seminary. Guadalupe is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of the U.S. – Ontario Province, headquartered in Oregon. View Guadalupe’s complete consultant bio.

    About the Network

    Diversity Leaders Network is a gathering of peers where key diversity-related topics are highlighted and colleagues have an opportunity to learn from each other. Nonprofit leaders gain a better understanding of the causes and effects of different perspectives, and inspire open-mindedness and learning about issues that have the potential to both unite and divide our community.

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Guadalupe Guajardo, PhD, Senior Consultant
Nonprofit Association of Oregon

Continental Breakfast & Networking at 8:00
Presentation at 8:30


Shifting demographics in the communities served by nonprofits calls for greater multicultural leadership. More than ever, it is important for nonprofits to meet the diversity goals reflected in their missions. Together, we will explore how to create an environment that welcomes new leaders and reveals in-house talent.

Welcoming and embracing new leaders does not have to be a mystery, but it often requires rethinking our mindset. This interactive workshop will explore effective models of leadership and organizational culture that promote leadership from within.

Together we will explore:

  • Creating an environment that welcomes and embraces new leaders
  • Steps to an expanded mindset
  • Where to start: reflecting and sharing your own experiences
  • Using group wisdom to surface best practices
  • Identifying your “personal next step”

About the Presenter

A nonprofit consultant for over 25 years, Guadalupe specializes in organizational development, boards and governance, leadership development, and cultural competency. Guadalupe holds a Ph.D. in Transformative Learning and Change from the California Institute of Integral Studies, an MA/ABS in Organization Development from the Leadership Institute of Seattle, and an MA in Theology from Mt. Angel Seminary. Guadalupe is a member of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary of the U.S. - Ontario Province, headquartered in Oregon. View Guadalupe’s complete consultant bio.

About the Network

Diversity Leaders Network is a gathering of peers where key diversity-related topics are highlighted and colleagues have an opportunity to learn from each other. Nonprofit leaders gain a better understanding of the causes and effects of different perspectives, and inspire open-mindedness and learning about issues that have the potential to both unite and divide our community.

When
December 9th, 2010 from  8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
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Ecotrust Conference Center
721 NW 9th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
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General Admission $25.00
NAO Members & Affiliates $22.50
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Topic Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility
Presenter Guadalupe Guajardo
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