Date: April 26, 2017
Location: Association Forum, 10 S. Riverside Plaza, Suite 800, Chicago, IL 60606
Career Level: Small - Medium Sized Association (under $10 million) CEOs & Executive Directors
CAE Credit Hours: 2
Time: 9 to 11 a.m.
The CEO Exchange is intended for associations with budgets of less than $10 million and will provide you access to peers of similar size organizations experiencing like issues in the areas of leadership, management, innovation and growth. The Exchange will meet quarterly and feature a variety of interactive and engaging formats.
About The Session:
Unleash the Power of Story to Lead Transformative Change in your Organization
As the CEO of your association, you’ve got your eye on the horizon to see what’s coming. How do you communicate your vision to the membership with an urgent clarity? How do you navigate the waters of change with your staff on board and in sync? How do you lead your organization through this complex fog to come out with renewed understanding and appreciation for your mission?
Story is an emergent form of communication that taps into people’s unique experiences. It is the catalyst for realizing shared values and building deeper human connections. Participate in this strategic storytelling session designed to provide the association CEO with the framework and tools to:
About The Presenter:
- Create a new vocabulary that reflects your new vision
- Develop a new narrative that resonates with your various constituents
- Forge a new meaning for members to be engaged in your mission
Pon Angara is Director of Barkada Circle®, a team of artists mentoring nonprofits on how to tell more compelling stories about their missions. Pon helps leaders use the narrative approach to problem solving for sparking conversations, building community and launching initiatives that create impact. He has delivered keynotes and workshops on the power of storytelling at several association conferences and foundation seminars. When he’s not working with stories, Pon searches for his next great foodie find! He’s always ready to take you to the best Filipino restaurants in Chicago.
9 –10:30 a.m. – Session
10:30 – 11 a.m. – Open Discussion: Share and seek guidance from peers