This spring, four local nonprofit leaders are participating in a Positive Intelligence cohort through LeaderBridge. Facilitated by nonprofit coach and consultant Bob Wittig, Positive Intelligence works with leaders to strengthen the wise, responsive part of their brains and handle leadership challenges with a positive mindset and less stress. This year, the program includes optional coaching, which will allow leaders to take a step back and assess, reimagine, and reenergize their leadership. Executive coaching is consistently identified as one of the top resources that LeaderBridge alums want access to as they navigate their careers. Through this program and others, the Crimsonbridge Foundation is piloting ways to make executive coaching more accessible to nonprofit leaders.
Kenneth Parker, Executive Director of Literacy Volunteers & Advocates, previously participated in the Positive Intelligence program and shared, “I highly recommend this course to leaders who need help discovering their sage. The sage is critical in any area of life, it will help you as well as those who are around you. This program helped me immensely as I discovered the sage inside of me.”
The LeaderBridge Network welcomes Lavontte Chatmon of Leadership Montgomery and Yurani Sandoval of Women Palante. Jhae Thompson of Community Youth Advance and Melissa Stallings of Capital Impact Partners are LeaderBridge alums participating in the program.