Thursday, May 6, 2021 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM MDT
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Chris Bibbo 
Habitat for Humanity of Colorado 

Book Study - Aligned Influence: A Better Way Forward for Boards, Executives, and their Organizations 

Join Habitat Colorado for a virtual four-part study of Ken Schuetz’s newly released book, Aligned Influence: A Better Way Forward for Boards, Executives, and their Organizations. HFHC is pleased to have Ken presenting the series for us. Throughout the first three sessions, he will offer an overview of each section of the book, addressing the need for a more effective approach to governance, exploring the Aligned Influence model and its respective roles for boards and executives, and outlining the process for creating an aligned organization. In the fourth session, you’ll hear from three leaders who have successfully implemented Aligned Influence in their organizations. Sessions will be held on May 6,, May 23, June 3, and June 17 from 11am to 12:30pm. Space is 30 participants total and 2 attendees per affiliate. Executive Directors are encouraged to attend with a Board member. The cost is $50 per person, and includes a copy of the book.

About Ken Schuetz: 

Ken is the CEO and founder of Aligned Influence Consulting and the creator of the Aligned Influence model. Ken invested the first 25 years of his career as an executive at the University of Colorado, Boulder, where he also earned his degree and where he currently is a member of the teaching faculty of the Leeds School of Business.  Ken has served on the boards of schools, churches, and nonprofits as well as the chairman of the Substantial Services Taskforce for the National Education Broadband Service Association and the International Development Committee for St. Vrain Valley Habitat for Humanity. Ken utilizes his 25+ years of experience as an executive in higher education, multiple years in board leadership, and an academic background in organizational communication to help organizations achieve the effectiveness that they and their communities of interest desire. Ken's work in organizational development and leadership has extended to many organizations across the United States: profit and nonprofit, faith-based, and secular.