Winter Leadership Development Series (6 weeks)

February 07, 2024
12:00 PM to 02:00 PM

Cold weather, warm insights. Join our Winter Leadership series and explore a world of leadership wisdom. Cozy up with a good leadership read this season and level up your skills!

In this course you will develop skills to prepare you for your new environment and the pressures faced by the non-profit sector as leading a team. You will move forward with an informed and strengthened foundation, critical leadership competencies, and new resources that will help strengthen your own leadership journey.

When: This winter! Once a week for six weeks.

Dates: February 7, 14, 21,28, March 6, and 13.

Time: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Format: Combination of lesson content delivery, open discussion and peer support!

Where: Zoom (easy to join us from in front of your fire place or desk, your choice!)

Sign up fast - there are limited spots available!


Week 1: Leadership & the Non-Profit Sector


  • Leading Vs Managing
  • Stages of Team Development

Week 4: Self Awareness & Self-Care


  • 5 Components of Emotional Intelligence
  • Time management

Week 2: Leadership & Team Building


  • Leadership Style

Week 5: Communication & Conflict Resolution


  • Understanding your communication style
  • 3 Steps to conflict resolution

Week 3: Innovation Through Strategic Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision Making


  • Problem Solving & decision making with your team through coaching

Week 6: Performance Management


  • Performance management process
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Handling performance problems

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the environmental forces and pressures that will challenge non-profit leadership in the coming decade
  • Describe the difference between management and leadership and assess your current leadership competency levels against those needed in today's non-profit environment
  • Use your organization's values, vision and mission to build an engaged, adaptive team
  • Think strategically to encourage innovation, problem-solve and make decisions in a dynamic environment
  • Evaluate your emotional intelligence to create a climate of trust and authenticity
  • Identify strategies to manage your time and stress so you can persevere through complexity and ambiguity
  • Practice communication techniques to manage conflict and build constructive relationships


Who should take this course:

New Executive Directors, Program managers, volunteer managers, coordinators and anyone who is interested in developing their leadership skills.



Adesuwa Ero is a PMP Certified Project Manager and management consultant with 11+ years of teaching, project/programs management, career coaching and research and development experience in non-profit, academic, and private sectors combined.

She is the Principal Consultant of Ohloree Inc., a management consulting organization that specializes in project management, career coaching and leadership / management training for individuals and companies looking to improve team productivity and organizational health

She is also a leadership coach and trainer. She helps strategically position individuals new to management or some form of supervisory role, to become phenomenal industry leaders even if they are only just beginning, that will earn them the respect of the teams they lead, help them build meaningful relationships, increase performance outcomes, and scale up the corporate ladder.






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