This workshop is specifically designed to support new executive leaders in housing agencies and for those who have recently transitioned into the executive director or chief executive officer role overseeing federally assisted housing programs, their requirements, systems, assessments and outcomes.
This workshop will focus on the role, responsibilities, daily operational supervision, training programs and requirements of a new executive leader. This course focuses on the paradigms and strategies critical to successful management and leadership of today’s housing agencies.
This program is a broad overview of the role and responsibilities of the Executive Director and as a guide and tutorial for further learning and skill development.
· By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
· Recognize the shift from bureaucracy to business in housing agencies
· Identify common housing programs and requirements of operating such
· Describe the role and relationships of the Board and the Executive Director
· Identify and avoid ethical dilemmas and conflicts of interests and learn how to promote ethical work cultures,
· Understand and utilize key federal resources, programs and assessment systems that are critical to agency operations, and
· Identify strategies, training and resources to support the Executive Director in their new role
Who Should Attend?
Recently Hired or Promoted Executive Directors and Chief Executive Officers