Monthly Archives: February 2016

Is It Time to Give Yourself a Performance Review?

Is It Time to Give Yourself a Performance Review?

Most of us hate the typical “assigned” self-review. You know the type – before your yearly review, you are asked to sit down and fill out a document evaluating your own performance. You don’t want to appear arrogant, but also don’t want to call too much attention to your short comings. It’s difficult to be […]

Congratulations to The New Executive Leadership Scholars!

Congratulations to The New Executive Leadership Scholars!

We are proud to introduce this group of elite emerging leaders devoted to the development of ongoing growth and leadership. All Executive Leadership Scholars are selected using a comprehensive process including application submission, letters of recommendation, leadership skills assessments, and panel interviews to participate in a five-year journey where they will learn leadership skills, operational […]

Three Coaching Skills Every Leader Should Learn

Three Coaching Skills Every Leader Should Learn

Executive coaching is a vital part of the Foundation’s Executive Leadership Program. We think it’s so valuable, in fact, that we assign a coach to guide recipients through all 5 years of the program, offering support and helping them transform everything they learn into action. Working with a great executive coach can make a significant […]