One thing that puzzles me is that while the many benefits of peer learning are proven, why is it not more pervasive in the nonprofit sector? These are the folks who are improving our communities through a myriad of marvelous missions and they need to carve out time for idea generation, collective problem solving, reflection and feedback.

Here are 3 ways you can invest in your own nonprofit professional development or in the leadership journey of others.

Choose the one step that applies to you and let’s all invest in the leaders of this essential sector. I dare you.

1. If you’re a nonprofit Executive Director/CEO in the San Diego area, sign up today for this Executive peer group that launches Sept 24th for only $29 (There are only 9 seats left!).

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2. If you live in the San Diego area, forward this email to nonprofit Executives you know and consider paying the $29 for them to get started.

3. If you aren’t lucky enough to live in San Diego, but want to support nonprofit Executives in your area, reply to this email and let’s figure out how to start a peer group where you are.  And by all means, please share success stories of groups already underway in the comments below!

Peer groups create a cycle of learning, sharing, achieving and accountability. They inspire a circle of trust among colleagues who are in need of our support. Here is how we’re doing it in San Diego…

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