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Name: Daniel Doucette
Title: Leadership Coach and Advisor
Company: Windfires: Leadership Engagement Strategies
Session title: You Too, HR! Leadership Development for People-People
Session date/time: Tuesday, October 22 – 7:15 AM
LinkedIn profile: http://www.linkedin.com/in/danieldoucette
Twitter: @windfires

Profile: Daniel Doucette is a leadership coach and advisor, and founder of Windfires: Leadership Engagement Strategies (www.windfires.com), offering coaching, workshops, consulting and keynotes that elevate leadership performance to transforming heights.  His signature leadership framework Bold Intentions challenges leaders to unlearn counter-productive attitudes and practices.  In addition to his Windfires practice, Daniel serves as Chief Operating Officer for EngenderHealth, an international NGO that improves the lives of women and their families by enhancing access to, and the quality of, family planning services in under-served communities worldwide.  Daniel was the CFO & VP of Operations for Rainforest Alliance and the VP of Finance for American Cancer Society/Eastern Division.  He has been the board chairperson for several community-based organizations and currently volunteers for the Trevor Project conducting workshops on suicide risk and prevention for LGBTQ youth.  He has also held positions at AFS Intercultural Programs and World Wildlife Fund.  Daniel holds a BS and MS in international affairs from Georgetown University, and a MA in Organization Development and a Certificate in Evidence-Based Coaching from Fielding Graduate University.

At the Nonprofit HR Conference, Daniel will present on personal career development. In order to increase their influence in nonprofits, HR professionals need to have better and broader leadership skills. Attend this session to begin your leadership training or to tune-up skills already in use. Explore leadership theory fundamentals and several proven leadership models, complete a self-evaluation of your leadership traits and practices, and will discuss the findings and observations together in a facilitated exchange. Participants will also get hands on and engage in action learning discussions using a question guide. Leave this session feeling empowered and with having developed a plan to put in place when you return to work from the conference.

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