SVPAZ | Peer Advisory & Executive Coaching

Mar 6, 2017

lonely-at-the-top-millennialsDuring our work with 100s of nonprofits over the years, we’ve learned many leaders find themselves isolated. While common for many leaders in all industries, nonprofit leaders are also overworked and under staffed.

Jill GoldsmithTo help Valley nonprofit leaders, we are launching a facilitated peer advisory group with executive coaching for nonprofit executives. SVPAZ Partner Jill Goldsmith, owner of JSG Executive and Leadership Coaching, is offering her time to guide nonprofit leaders in a confidential setting to problem solve, coach, and provide support.
The facilitated advisory group will meet for three hours once a month for six months, starting in May. If you are leading a nonprofit organization that is at least three-years-old and has revenues of at least $350K, you can apply to this no-cost opportunity by sending your resume and responses to the following questions to Terri Wogan Calderón, SVPAZ Executive Director, by July 1.

Application Questions
1. I hope to get the following out of a facilitated peer mentoring group:
2. When I don’t have answers, I usually turn to __________?
3. My biggest challenge as a leader is: _________________


About Jill Goldsmith. Jill S. Goldsmith, JD, LAC, NCC, has extensive business savvy, developed from working as a trial lawyer for national and international clients. She also has education and experience in evidence-based counseling. Jill combines this unique experience and education to collaborate with leaders and teams, providing ongoing support and holding leaders and teams accountable in areas that include:

  • strategic planning,
  • communication effectiveness,
  • organizational development and role clarity,
  • time management strategies,
  • conflict management, and
  • leadership styles.

A graduate from Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and from Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Jill returned to ASU to earn her Master of Counseling degree, after more than 25 years as a trial lawyer.