7-30-24 Clinic: Planning for Leadership Transitions & Continuity

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Includes a Live Web Event on 07/30/2024 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

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Our CEO is leaving!!!  Now what???

Very few organizations seem to have thorough plans for leadership succession.  A transition in any senior leadership position, planned or unplanned, brings challenges that can throw an unprepared organization into chaos.  Thinking through key decisions ahead of time and committing those decisions to writing can head off myriad problems.

Join The Association’s CEO who will walk you through the process he used to develop a very robust Transition & Continuity Plan designed to help our Board and staff navigate change.  Should he leave through termination, voluntary or involuntary, disability, retirement or —heaven forbid— death, the plan document will minimize stress and maximize the likelihood of a seamless transition. 

Is your organization ready for a major change?  Let us help you get there! This interactive Clinic will guide you through a sample planning document. You will brainstorm along with your colleagues.

This clinic will be led by Jim Tedford, CAWA, President & CEO, The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement.

This clinic has been pre-approved for:

  • 1 Certified Animal Welfare Administrator continuing education credit
  • 1 NACA CE

Jim Tedford, CAWA

President & CEO, The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement

Jim Tedford accepted his dream job when he joined The Association as President & CEO in June of 2015.  But Jim is no stranger to the organization.  He has been a member for more than 30 years and served as our Board Chairman some twenty years ago.  Jim has been actively engaged in the animal welfare movement for more than 39 years having served as CEO for animal sheltering organizations in New York, Louisiana and Tennessee.  He served as a regional director for The Humane Society of the United States and then spent six years providing direct response marketing services to animal welfare organizations. Jim presents frequently at national and regional conferences on various animal welfare issues, organizational development and not-for-profit management. 

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