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We are a national nonprofit organization transforming the way leadership development work is conceived, conducted and evaluated, primarily within the nonprofit sector. We focus on leveraging leadership as a means to create a more just and equitable society. We combine our expertise in identifying, evaluating and applying cutting-edge ideas and promising practices in the leadership development field, with access to our engaged national network of hundreds of experienced funders, consultants and leadership development programs, to drive the innovation and collaboration needed to make leadership more effective.

As part of our core work, we provide members with unparalleled access to resources and networking opportunities. Our members include a diverse group of funders, practitioners and consultants, all of who are engaged in leadership development work. We identify emerging ideas and methodologies and host face-to-face and online learning opportunities, such as learning circles, where members are invited to explore new developments in the field. We are committed to documenting, posting and publishing the outcomes of the meetings through our pioneering website and wikis.

We offer high-quality consulting services that leverage our unique expertise and network to help foundations and leadership development programs optimize their investment strategies. We partner with foundations and leadership development programs to help them understand the challenges and opportunities in their area of work, evaluate the impact of their current leadership programs and initiatives, and develop networks that connect program participants and increase the sustainability and influence of their leadership.

Please contact us if you have any questions or feedback. We look forward to hearing from you!

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