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CENTER COORDINATORS SOCIAL SERVICE SECTOR IN CONTEXT.

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2 CENTER COORDINATORS

3 SOCIAL SERVICE SECTOR IN CONTEXT

4 NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

5 PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

6 EXECUTIVE EDUCATION TRAINING 10 – KEY CONTENT AREAS

7 ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

8 MENTOR ELIGIBILITY

9 PURPOSE

10 CONCEPTUAL MODEL

11 DATA COLLECTION

12 DATA COLLECTION PROTOCOL

13 NONPROFIT LEADER PROFILE AVERAGE AGE41 AGE RANGE21-67 GENDERFemale - 79% Male - 21% EDUCATIONGraduate Degree - 60% MSW, MBA EMPLOYMENTFull Time - 75% LEADERSHIP STATUSManager - 58% Senior, Middle

14 NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP GOALS

15 PREPOST KEY CONTENT AREAS 1 = LEAST EXPERTISE 5 = MOST EXPERTISE

16 INTERESTED IN A MENTOR

17 MOST HELPFUL CONTENT AREA

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19 1 YEAR LATER

20 EMPLOYMENT STATUS

21 NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP STATUS

22 NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP GOALS

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25 IMPLICATIONS FOR NONPROFIT SECTOR

26 REFERENCES Brady, D. (2012, June 14) Queen Bees, Mentors, and the Female Boss Problem. BusinessWeek.com, p.1-1. Gienow, M. (2012) Mentoring Programs Can Fill in the Gaps for New Leaders. Chronicle of Philanthropy, 25(2), p.5-6. Grant Makers for Effective Organizations (2008) Supporting Next-Generation Leadership: A GEO Action Guide, 36pp. Kelly, M.J. (2001)Management Mentoring in a Social Service Organization. Administration in Social Work. 25(1), p Meister, J.C., Willyerd, K. (2010, May) Mentoring Millennials. Harvard Business Review, p.1-4. Primack, A., Krzmarzick, A., & Drahosz, K. (Summer 2012) Can a Government-Wide Mentorship Program Work? Public Manager. p Washington, D. (2011) Mentoring and Career Progression in the Nonprofit Sector. Leadership & Organizational Management Journal. 2011(1)p Williams, K. (2005) Mentoring the Next Generation of Nonprofit Leaders: A Practical Guide For Managers. Academy for Educational Development. 48pp. Wimpfheimer, S. (2004): Leadership and Management Competencies Defined by Practicing Social Work Managers, Administration in Social Work, 28:1, 45-56


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