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Presentation by Susan Kenney Stevens, Ph.D. at the 2010 RWJF LFP Annual Meeting in St. Paul, MN. ...

Presentation by Susan Kenney Stevens, Ph.D. at the 2010 RWJF LFP Annual Meeting in St. Paul, MN.

How many hours in a 24-hour day do you spend taking care of others … your nonprofit organization and clientele, your employees, your board of directors, your family? And, what proportion of the same 24-hours do you devote to the renewal of your own body, mind and spirit? Healthy organizations require healthy leaders

This session will highlight the relationship between self-care and well-functioning organizations. Using key principles of organizational capacity development and personal self-renewal, Stevens will provide skill-building tools along with time for personal reflection on conference insights to take forward to your work and personal life.

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    • ROBERT WOOD JOHNSON FOUNDATION LOCAL FUNDING PARTNERSHIPS CLOSING PLENARY OCTOBER 15, 2010 SUSAN KENNY STEVENS, PH.D. Now More Than Ever
    • Now More Than Ever
      • Healthy Organizations
      • Require Healthy Leaders
    • Session Objectives
      • Key elements of organizational health and capacity
      • Application to personal well-being
      • Annual Meeting take-aways
    • Organizational Capacity Healthy organizations have “table legs” solid enough to support and sustain mission and programs Administrative Systems Management Governance Financial Resources M I S S I O N PROGRAMS
    • Nonprofit Lifecycle Stages
    • Lifecycle Capacity Placement 6
    • Healthy Leaders …
      • Take Care of Themselves
      Healthy Leaders
    • Personal Well-being Starts with defining your life-purpose and living that purpose intentionally Personal renewal Family/Friends Work/Career Community/ Church P U R P 0 S E YOU !!
    • Purpose Across the Adult Lifecycle
      • 20’s - 30’s - 40’s - 50’s - 60’s - 70’s - 80’s
    • Balancing Table-legs Personal Renewal Family/Friends ork/ Work/Career Community/ Church P U R P 0 S E YOU !!
    • Personal Renewal Activities
      • DAILY
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      • OCCASIONALLY
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    • Healthy Organizations Require Healthy Leaders
    • Personal Renewal Commitment
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    • Conference Takeaways
      • What did you learn about the brain’s function that will stick with you after this conference?
      • What technical skills from the workshops will you be able to apply?
      • What areas of personal renewal will you commit to practice?
      • Susan Kenny Stevens, Ph.D.
      • www.susankennystevens.com