Many nonprofit leaders end up learning most of their lessons the hard way: on their own. Isolation heightens the risk of repeatable mistakes and leads to feelings of frustration and burnout among nonprofit leaders. R-Squared Executive Forums are peer groups created specifically for leaders to provide a safe, confidential space where they tackle real-time opportunities and challenges by offering a source of practical, real world insights to one another. Through our professionally facilitated process, nonprofit leaders mine individual experiences to generate dialog and inquiry, where adversity is confronted rather than resisted, then converted into a source of sharable knowledge and collective strength. Leaders leave with new perspectives to address challenges while committing to action steps and accountability.
Each R-Squared Executive Forum is comprised of up to twelve nonprofit executives who share similar organizational responsibilities. Each group meets monthly for four hours and utilize a RevJen facilitator with a proven process to tackle each other’s most pressing opportunities and challenges. This allows participants to see new options and viewpoints while creating executive accountability. R-Squared sessions work because they are confidential, no topic is off limits and members support each other to grow as leaders and improve their organizations. According to Mastering Leadership (Anderson & Adams), organizations who invest in their leaders see, on average, a 400% return on investment.