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Monday, June 6 • 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Session 2G: Developing Yourself as a CAC Executive

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CAC Executives and managers must develop a dizzying array of competencies, both organizational and technical. A core set of materials and concepts used in NRCAC's Leadership Exchange and Coaching Project (LEC) addresses the more subtle interpersonal/organizational leadership proficiencies that technical trainings miss. These resources can inspire some valuable self-development and peer-development for those execs who have not yet done the popular 2-year program designed and led by Martha Lask with assistance from Anne Lynn. This workshop will introduce targeted materials (with some fun practice) for developing oneself as a CAC exec.
Suggested Session Track: The Business of Child Advocacy


Speakers
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Christine Kenty, PhD

Evaluation Consultant for NRCAC’s LEC Project/ Co-Principal, Northeast Regional Children’s Advocacy Center/ QUAD2 Consulting
Dr. M. Christine Kenty has consulted as an evaluator, writer and trainer within the Children’s Advocacy Center movement on a local, regional and national level since 1989 - specializing in forensic interviewing, multidisciplinary case review, protocol development, strategic planning, teaming and program evaluation. For ten years, she has been the evaluator of the Northeast Regional CAC's Leadership Exchange and Coaching (LEC) Project. As... Read More →
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Martha Lask

Facilitator, NRCAC Leadership Exchange & Coaching Project
Martha Lask co-developed and facilitates NRCAC’s Leadership Exchange and Coaching Project, (LEC), now in its 12th year. LEC builds leadership capacity, supports mentoring of new directors and  provides structured peer support and individual coaching for leaders of Child Advocacy Centers across the country. A former nonprofit executive director, Martha also consults to large pharmaceuticals as well as small nonprofits, bringing... Read More →


Monday June 6, 2016 1:45pm - 3:15pm
Meeting Room 16 Renaissance Washington DC Hotel

Attendees (20)