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RIVHSA 2019 Leadership Summit
June 17, 2019 - June 20, 2019
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Every nonprofit organization must balance the pursuit of its mission and financial viability. The health of the organization depends on its ability to weigh its mission, capital structure, and organizational capacity in equal measure both as individual areas of concerns as well as on a larger scale in relation to each other. This year, hundreds of HS/EHS professionals and governance members will convene in Atlanta at our Leadership Summit to expand their understanding and application of management principles, quality initiatives and best practices. The conference experience is a unique blend of pre-conference events, speaker expertise, learning tracks, and presentation formats to encourage breakthrough thinking and collaborative problem-solving.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
A strong organizational team is a powerful mechanism for getting results and managing change. This event is ideal for organizations committed to harnessing the power of teams, and grantees are encouraged to register as an organizational team: Executive Director, Head Start Director, Fiscal Officer, Content Area Managers, Board and Policy Council Chairs/Members, as well as other key staff who hold a position of responsibility and accountability.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING ADMINISTRATORS & MANAGERS
HS and EHS organizations are experiencing great opportunities for reinvention or growth but many are also vulnerable to considerable risk. Emerging and seasoned professionals of varying specialties will benefit from this unique learning experience which is designed to focus on the strategies needed to meet new opportunities as well as existing challenges. BOARD & POLICY COUNCIL MEMBERS: HS and EHS organizations recognize the importance of established and well-functioning governance bodies that share the responsibility for the delivery of high quality services to children and families. This conference provides meaningful learning opportunities for participants to expand their knowledge in the areas of program governance as well as related elements of program design and management.