President/CEO | Appleton, WI
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- Business Acumen: Understands how the organization works, knowledgeable on current policies, programs, practices, and trends changing in the non-profit space.
- Integrity and Trust: Direct, keeps confidence, admits mistakes, and presents difficult information appropriately and helpfully.
- Collaboration: Listens to creative ideas, facilitates problem-solving, has good judgment,
- Passion for the Mission – Communicates the organization’s purpose with conviction and a sense of possibilities, creates milestones, and rallies support behind the vision. Can inspire and motivate entire organizations.
Position Qualifications & Requirements:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Social Welfare, Public Policy, Communications, Not-for-Profit Management or equivalent experience.
- Minimum of seven years of successful business management and leadership experience.
- Desired: Master’s Degree in Business or a related field.
Necessary Skills & Abilities:
- Forward-thinking: brings perspective, broad thinking, and can pose future scenarios, can see consequences and trends, create competitive and breakthrough strategies and plans, can shift gears comfortably, can handle risk and uncertainty.
- Influencer: is dedicated to meeting the community’s needs, acts with the community in mind, and establishes and maintains effective relationships with stakeholders and partners, understanding others’ intentions and needs. Can effectively maneuver through complex political situations, sensitive to how people and organizations function. Knows and understands the community partnership and navigates with agility.
- Outstanding Communicator – presentations large and small groups, media, formal, casual, inside, outside, commands attention and can manage the group.
- Comfortable Difficult Conversations: Is looked to for direction, faces adversity head-on, encourages direct conversation and debate, and can make a call to move on. Steps up to tough agreements and look for common ground, and build cooperation.
- People developer: Provides challenging and stretch assignments, willing to take on those who need development, encourages and supports development moves.
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