Feb L&L: Overcoming Fundraising Shortcomings: How to Help Your Board 'Step it Up'
FebruaryFeb 16 2021 12:00pm - 01:00pm
February 16 Lunch & Learn "Overcoming Fundraising Shortcomings: How to Help Your Board 'Step it Up'" will be presented by Kelley Ashby of Kelley Ashby Consulting at noon via Zoom. Pre-registration is required!
~ FREE for Siouxland Philanthropy Members (rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the ZOOM link!)
~ $35 for non-members: you can pay online now!
Kelley Ashby Bio
Kelley Ashby has over twenty years of experience in higher education administration which includes experience in academic and co-curricular leadership education and initiative development, management, implementation, and assessment. She created, directed, and co-authored the University of Iowa’s Career Leadership Academy programs and curriculum; developed and administered Iowa’s Certificate in Leadership Studies; co-authored “Building a Competency-Based Leadership Program with Campus-Wide Implementation” for New Directions in Student Leadership; and developed leadership curriculum for learners ranging from high school students to executives. She has worked closely with Dr. Corey Seemiller and her Student Leadership Competencies work by helping higher education institutions implement competency-based programs and learning experiences for students.
In 2017, she decided to take her years of experience developing leaders and start her own training and consulting business. She is an independent trainer, consultant, and coach and develops and delivers customized services focused on helping organizations develop and enhance the competencies and leadership talents of professional staff, leaders and managers, and students.
Kelley has worked with a variety of industries including high schools, two- and four-year colleges and universities, manufacturers, career and technical education centers, financial advising firms, insurance companies, organizations that provide direct care to adults with disabilities, the Iowa Board of Regents, and several leadership development programs for mid- and upper-level managers and leaders such as the Executive Leadership Academy – Higher Education at the University of Iowa and numerous leadership development programs offered by Chambers of Commerce in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Iowa, and South Dakota. She specializes in “Multiple Generations in the Workplace” and “Emotional Intelligence”. She is a certified Genos International Emotional Intelligence Instructor and helps individuals improve their “EI”—a skill that is critical to workplace success at all levels across all industries. Kelley works closely with organizations to create workplace cultures where employees thrive.
Kelley’s goal is to help individuals succeed and organizations achieve their goals by:
- Improving employees’ skills,
- Creating positive work cultures, and
- Increasing employee engagement
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