Social Venture Partners Denver will be launching a year-long nonprofit leadership program this spring. The pilot program will be offered to a small group of executive leaders who wish to strengthen their leadership skills, deepen their personal impact within their organization, and broaden their professional reach across Denver’s nonprofit sector. The program will be an immersive and interactive nonprofit leadership growth experience that supports and inspires leaders, accelerating progress towards specific objectives.
Each participant will begin the program by completing an executive leadership assessment that will serve as a basis for setting individual goals to inform their year-long personal development plan. The program members will meet monthly over 12 months and use dialogue, thematic learning, and peer coaching to achieve their personal leadership development goals. Members will have access to the program’s two facilitators, and SVP’s 50+ partners can be available for specialized consultation and mentorship, as needed.
**$750 individual/organizational leadership investment
**12-month program including ten total sessions
**Full-day kick-off retreat in March
**5 in-person 90-minute sessions and 4 virtual 60-minute sessions
Matt Jones – An expert in using mindfulness-based leadership training to unlock elite individual performance and world-class execution. Through his Executive Coaching University and the International Mindfulness Federation, he has trained hundreds of people over the past decade. Matt is a partner in SVP.
Pat Landrum – A change leader with over 30 years of experience facilitating cross-sector collaboration to solve difficult challenges. She is passionate about helping people tap into their personal purpose for social change. She served as executive director of SVP Denver from 2010-2018. Pat is now a partner in SVP.
To Apply: Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to Rob Kellogg, SVP Denver Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org. In the letter of interest, the candidate should briefly highlight their current leadership competencies and identify core areas for personal growth and improvement.
About SVP Denver – SVP is a network of impact. We serve as a bridge between the for-profit and nonprofit sectors, with a dual mission to empower people and companies to become engaged philanthropists by donating time, talent and resources at a strategic level to elevate nonprofit organizations in the Denver metro area. Since 2000, SVP has provided several millions of dollars of pro-bono consulting value to more 200 local organizations. Visit us at www.SVPDenver.org to learn more.