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CommunityShift™ is designed to benefit the key leadership of Canada's influential charitable and not-for-profit organizations with assets/revenues greater than $5M. Successful participants will be leaders in their sector and community; insightful and articulate; with a desire to learn and develop and are ready and willing to contribute to the learning of their peers. The application process is rigorous and requires the support of the participating organization's board.
Any C-level leader of a Canadian charity or not-for-profit organization may be nominated. All applications are confidential and are made through KPMG Enterprise. Participants are selected by the Ivey Business School. Nominations for 2013 are now closed. Nominations for the 2014 program will be open from February 1 to May 31, 2014.
For more information:
Please call Bobbi-Jean White, KPMG 416 228-7275
CommunityShift™ is an exclusive development program and network for C-level leaders of Canadian charities and not-for-profit organizations, founded by KPMG Enterprise and the Ivey Business School.
A rigorous annual five-day developmental program for 40 of Canada's leaders of publicly accountable NPOs, CommunityShift™ will change the way the participants look at their operations and provide a catalyst for change.
The program will include representatives from across sectors (e.g. education, health, youth, community service) and will include not-for-profits and charitable organizations.
CommunityShift™ builds on the success of QuantumShift™, a long running, highly successful developmental program focused on the leaders of high growth, entrepreneurial organizations co-founded by KPMG and Ivey. QuantumShift™ has grown into a country-wide network with 370 alumni, actively engaged in continued learning and networking activities.
Top faculty and outstanding guest speakers will challenge participants to share experiences; learn from each other; and apply the learning back to their own organization.
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