EXECUTIVE COACHING

Executive Coaching for Nonprofit Leaders

A key differentiator of the highest performing nonprofits is their belief in Executive Coaching. Not only is it transformative for the individual but for the whole organization. A “coaching culture” is becoming synonymous with places people thrive and want to stay.

I work to help inspire executives to make sustained change. The objective is to see better results, obtain those results faster, and ensure the sustainability of those results. This includes their executive performance, leadership presence, interpersonal communication and organizational results by helping them to recognize and utilize their natural and unique strengths with increased skill and confidence.

Whereas a great coach doesn’t necessarily need to understand the industry, I believe it can provide a distinct advantage. That is why I only work with nonprofit organizations and the people who work there. Email me at denver@denver-frederick.com for a courtesy coaching session.

“Denver has a unique way of bringing out the best in his guests and I have found that I walk away from the program both informed and inspired by what I have heard.”
Michael Thatcher

President & CEO, Charity Navigator

“Denver Frederick gave me the best media interview I have had in my 32 years as CEO of Americans for the Arts. I have had the opportunity in my career to be interviewed by literally hundreds of radio and television outlets. His approach was thorough, both serious and lighthearted, and extremely well researched. Because of that preparation he came up with some very detailed questions that tied to elements of our work and my own life that made this interview experience unique and very successful. He was also a gracious and thoughtful host before, during, and after the interview. I look forward to any future opportunities to work together again.”
Robert Lynch

President, Americans for the Arts

“Denver Frederick is a brilliant host who’s show is addressing a megatrend: how to create social or environmental impact with one’s capital. Wall Street wealth management firms and business schools alike are making dramatic strategic changes to address the “impact” wave, and Denver’s show is the place where the most important leaders in the impact and philanthropic industry are interviewed about their work, their lives, and the business of the impact that they hope to create.  Denver was the best prepared interviewer I’ve ever encountered.
Donnel Baird

President, Bloc Power

CONSULTING

Nonprofit leaders are concerned, in light of all their current responsibilities, that they are not keeping abreast of all the rapid changes occurring in the sector. As a result, they wonder if they are failing to introduce cutting edge strategies and innovations that will make their organizations more effective and financially secure.

If that is your concern, I can help!

As the host of The Business of Giving, a weekly radio show that airs on WNYM-AM 970 in New York, I have had the privilege to interview nearly 200 nonprofit CEOs for the program. In so doing, I hear firsthand from them about what innovations are working, where their new sources of revenue are coming from, and how they go about aligning mission, methods and resources.

Further, I have visited some 100 of these organizations and conducted focus groups among the staff about what makes their workplace culture so healthy, engaging and productive.

The insights I have gained from these extraordinary nonprofit organizations can be put to work immediately to make yours even better. Let’s discuss! Drop me an email at denver@denver-frederick.com or call me at 973-476-4500.

“Denver has a unique way of bringing out the best in his guests and I have found that I walk away from the program both informed and inspired by what I have heard.”
Michael Thatcher

President & CEO, Charity Navigator