PUBLIÉE SUR LINKEDIN LE 5 AVRIL 2020 La crise du virus corona est une dure réalité que nous ne pouvons pas nier. Il y a beaucoup d’anxiété, angoise, et douleur. Ayant dit celà, j’ai beaucoup de gratitude pour l’équipe dont j’ai l’immense privilège à guider chez Société Alzheimer de Montréal. Les membres de l’équipe sont résilients,Continue reading “Services à distance en cette période d’urgence sanitaire”
PUBLISHED ON LINKEDIN on 5 APRIL, 2020 The Corona virus crisis is what it is. Let’s not bury our heads in the sand. There is anxiety, anguish and pain. That said, I am feeling so thankful that I lead an outstanding, amazing, resilient, innovative, caring, engaged team at the Alzheimer Society of Montreal. We haveContinue reading “Services continue at a distance during this health crisis”
Passion is emotion. Standing on its own, it is vulnerable and fickle in the face of challenges. The solid foundation on which passion is based, is purpose.
Transparent communication starts with purposeful listening that gives conscious leaders critical information, changes their way of being and doing. When listening, ask yourself three questions: 1. What do I need to know? 2. What do I need to be? 3. What do I need to do?
Leading a not-for-profit organization whose mission I care about requires much more than passion. I truly understand that the uncertainty of donations and subventions can disrupt the best laid plans and vision of the future. Even though I have experience in business and as a volunteer board member in the non-profit sector, I have been learning so much more from many varied sources about the non-profit world.