5 Practices for Smooth Collaboration Between Founders and Teams Webinar @ Webinar - Online
Aug 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
5 Practices for Smooth Collaboration Between Founders and Teams Webinar @ Webinar - Online | Burlington | Vermont | United States

Save the Date!

Common Good Vermont will be hosting a free webinar with Round Sky Solutions on August 23rd at 12:00 pm. 

For mission-driven leaders, smooth collaboration between founders and their teams can be a lingering challenge. Resulting conflicts can lead to increased turnover rate, staff silos, isolated founders, and a lack of accountability. Getting past the common challenges that founders and their teams so often experience, enables teams and their founders to work better together while building stronger and more effective teams, leading to happy, successful, and fulfilled staff and more easily actualized missions


In this webinar, Cecile Green starts by examining common issues that teams and founders face. We’ll look at a workable definition of “founder’s syndrome”, including some of it’s key symptoms. Then, we’ll dig into specific practices for smooth collaboration and teamwork between founders and teams from the perspective first of those of us who work with founders in one way or another, followed by some thoughts from the perspective of being a founder. Register here to be a part of this important conversation on how we work together!

2017 Young Professional Summit of Vermont @ THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE
Sep 9 all-day
Common Good Vermont will be hosting a breakout session at this year’s Young Professional Summit. Join us as we talk about the roles of the nonprofit sector, professional development, community action, and our state economy.
The Young Professionals Summit of Vermont is an annual, one-day event for Vermonters to network, share ideas, and confront issues faced by the state’s young workforce. Equal parts professional development and community action, the summit aims to empower young people to create positive change by connecting them with business leaders, policymakers, and, most importantly, each other.  Anyone with an interest in contributing to the future of Vermont is encouraged to participate.