Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Director, Executive Development

Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/2/2018 1:32 PM)
Job ID
2018-3009
Category
Club Executive Development
Location
Atlanta, GA

Overview

Under direction of the National Director, Executive Development Services, the Director, Executive Development is responsible for contributing to the design, development, implementation, evaluation and support of the Executive Leadership Development Initiative for the Boys & Girls Clubs Movement. The goals of the Executive Leadership Development Initiative are to significantly upgrade the professional and board leadership capacity in Boys & Girls Clubs to increase the impact and resource development efforts of the Club.

Responsibilities

Develop Strategy

  • Contribute to the design and execution of a comprehensive leadership development program for local executives across Boys and Girls Clubs’ Movement.
  • Design systems, tools and processes necessary for BGCA’s Organizational and Executive Development Services staff to provide effective ongoing coaching and support to local executives.
  • Research ongoing trends and shifts in leadership development, resource development and board governance and make appropriate recommendations for program design.
  • Partner with other Organizational and Executive Development Services units to provide customized programming and support.

Develop Executive Talent

  • Develop and implement a standard Chief Executive Officer (CEO) hiring and onboarding process, including New Executive Orientation and Executive Coaching for new CEOs.
  • Develop, customize and deliver the Advanced Leadership Program for a variety of Club sizes and types in a variety of formats.
  • Develop ongoing learning opportunities in the Mastery and Legacy Levels of Spillett Leadership University for Chief Executive Officers.
  • Implement a Peer Coaching Network for new and experienced Chief Executive Officers, including training materials, protocols, and ongoing evaluation.
  • Develop partnerships with The Professional Association (TPA) and other associations to support executive coaching initiative.

Build Organizational Capacity

  • Develop standard methodologies, tools and resources to assist Directors, Organizational Development, in organizational development efforts, including strategic planning process, annual continuous improvement process, uniform performance management system, succession planning, team building and development of Executive Leadership Development plans for Chief Executive Officers.
  • Build the capacity of Directors, Organizational Development to deliver and facilitate core elements of the executive leadership development strategy
  • Develop and implement a standard Chief Volunteer Officer Academy.
  • Plan, design, develop content, and help coordinate Regional Leadership Conferences.
  • Support the planning, design, development of content, and coordination of the National Conference.
  • Develop and maintain a repository of promising and best practices on organizational development.
  • Promote child safety priorities and resources to local organization within the scope of this position; report any observed or suspected child safety concerns directly to the organization’s leadership and to the appropriate BGCA senior leader.

 

Manage Business Operations of Service

  • Promote and market the Executive Leadership Development Initiative to the Boys & Girls Clubs Movement, internally and externally, to assure understanding and a high level of participation.
  • Create systems to evaluate and measure progress and impact of the Executive Leadership Development Initiative in order to provide continuous information for design innovation.
  • Conduct and/or participate in state, regional, and national staff meetings and conferences
  • Lead special projects or national assignments as required by National Director, Executive Development or other Sr Leaders in Organizational and Executive Development Services.
  • Demonstrate BGCA mission driven I-CARE values, and integrate these beliefs into our environment and ways of work Adhere to organizational policies and procedures as described in BGCA’s Employee Handbook, Ethics Policy and elsewhere.

SUPERVISION EXERCISED
No direct Reports. May monitor and coordinate the work of temporary employees and student interns

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college in the area of human resource development, organizational development, organizational behavior or related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
  • Minimum five years of experience in the Organizational Development field, with Boys & Girls Clubs of America experience preferred. At least five years’ experience as a professional trainer/facilitator and outcome-driven curriculum development in the areas of executive, board and resource development. Demonstrated ability to engage, motivate and support learning of senior leaders and volunteer professionals.

 

Relationships and Teambuilding
Builds trust and rapport quickly
Relates well to people of varying backgrounds
Shares information in an open and transparent fashion
Is tactful and respectful
Has a network of contacts
Addresses conflicts constructively

 

Problem-Solving and Decision-making
Analyzes volumes of information
Thinks critically
Evaluates assumptions and alternatives
Makes decisions in face of uncertainty
Focuses on issues with greatest potential

 

Communication
Expresses self clearly and concisely
Adapts messages to the audience
Presents in interesting and engaging way
Focuses attention on important items

 

Integrity Treats others fairly and consistently
Deals with others in an honest manner
Accepts responsibility for actions
Confronts unethical behavior 

Execution Creates and communicates tactical objectives and action plans
Monitors progress
Holds self and others accountable for completing tasks on schedule

 

Determination, Adaptability and Tenacity

Anticipates and overcomes obstacles
Exhibits resourcefulness and finds alternatives
Takes appropriate risks
Learns from challenges
Maintains positive outlook under pressure
Puts in extra effort when necessary

 

Consultation

Builds trusting long-term relationships with individuals and organizations
Assists in problem-solving while building problem-solving skills of others
Offers relevant tools, information and recommendations
Offers deliverables and brings timely closure to work
Technology SolutionsLeverages technology solutions into plans and initiatives
Facilitates full utilization of technology solutions available

 

Training and Curriculum Development and Delivery

Understands how to organize and produce curriculum content to facilitate comprehension
Exhibits strong presentation skills; presents information in an engaging manner using a variety of styles
Motivates learners
Understands how to deliver learning via distance methods
Adept at evaluating training impact
Shares knowledge and experience
Utilizes adult learning principles

 

Passion, Commitment and Knowledge of BGCA and Movement

Demonstrates dedication to the BGC Movement
Gives compelling testimony to the value of the cause
Shows care and concern for youth
Moves others to commit to the cause
Understands Club experience
Understands perspectives of organization/Club staff
Understands how boards are built and maintained
Understands organizational development 
Understands outcome measurement
Understands how to develop and use KPIs

 

High energy level, comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.  Superior interpersonal abilities.  Ability to get along with diverse personalities, at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.  Good reasoning abilities and sound judgment.  Physical requirements include sight, hearing, sitting for four plus hours per day.  Skills essential for successful communications include speaking and writing. Must be physically able to travel by air, car, train, or other modes of transportation. 

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