Live Stream: Philanthropic Leadership for a Rapidly Changing World - A Generational Perspective

Friday, September 14, 2018, 11:40 AM until 1:00 PM EST
1 hour 20 minutes
Who should attend

The National Center for Family Philanthropy is delighted to invite family givers and those who serve them to be our guests for two very special live streaming events from our 20th Anniversary Symposium.


Our days are filled with news of a changing world and humanity’s attempts to improve it. We dive in to help. Sometimes we manage to adapt to change and sometimes fall back on old habits. We slowly begin to realize that what we learned about work, leadership, and management may not match the expectations of other families, cultures, and generations.

How can we redefine the work of family philanthropy and our philanthropic workplaces so they succeed in the 21st century? And how can multiple generations work together toward conscious, purposeful leadership? International thought leader Ayelet Baron will kick this plenary off with her insights and then interview two generations of Packard leadership evolving their own thinking around work, leadership, and purpose.

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What participants said:

NCFP consistently and brilliantly presents the very best education to family foundations and donor advisor funders. Though I actively participate in educational opportunities with many organizations in the philanthropic center it is those offered by NCFP that drill deeper into issues, savor the nuances of family grantmaking and produce products that motivate and inspire in an all embracing understanding of families and the dynamics that challenge them.

Shirley Fredricks, Board Member, The Lawrence Welk Family Foundation

The Family Philanthropy Webinar series is a wonderful resource, allowing us to "attend" sessions from all over and to share materials with other members of our foundation. The transcripts of the sessions are also a valuable resource. Thank you for these Webinars.

Sukey Garcetti, Secretary/Treasurer, Roth Family Foundation
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