About the Loaned Executive Program
The United Way’s Loaned Executive Program provides an opportunity for companies to offer their employees a unique learning experience. Loaned Executives receive training that develops organizational, leadership, and public speaking skills and provides a unique networking experience in the business community. Participants become one of the greatest resources in United Way’s annual community campaign team. Loaned Executives help keep overhead costs low so more resources can go towards assisting people in our community.
Loaned Executive candidates are self-confident, articulate, goals oriented and have the ability to guide and motivate others. They should be excited about sharpening their skills that will be useful to them in the workplace and learning more about their community. Each Loaned Executive will work alongside United Way staff to work with local organizations, serving as United Way’s primary liaison, as they assist in the planning and execution of United Way workplace campaigns.
Loaned Executive responsibilities include:
Analyzing donation history and campaign potential
Planning and executing strategy for each account
Partnering with United Way volunteers to provide campaign support
Developing relationships with Employee Campaign Chairpersons
Preparing and delivering presentations to various audiences
Managing relationships to enhance campaign success
Participation in the Loaned Executive Program demonstrates your company’s commitment to the community. Large and small companies alike have loaned their best employees to the United Way of Northwest Alabama. The financial benefits of training cannot be measured in dollars. Your company benefits from the returning employee’s enhanced business skills, including setting and achieving goals, public speaking, confidence in making sales presentations, training and motivational skills and increased exposure with many corporate executives.
While serving with United Way, your employee will receive training and gain experience in the following key areas:
Sales – researching assigned accounts; preparing and making presentations; developing strategies based on past performance analysis; building relationships with customers
Public Speaking – presenting United Way’s key messages to large and small groups of company employees to encourage contributions
Management – goal setting and achievement; time management; resource utilization; volunteer supervision; teamwork
Community dynamics – understanding community needs and potential solutions; studying specific industries and/or geographic communities within the region; experiencing the interaction of the corporate, public and service sectors
To download a current Loaned Executive Program brochure, click here.
We would like to congratulate the following 2016-17 Loaned Executive Class and thank them and their companies for supporting United Way:
Nick Shelton, SunTrust Bank
Teresa Maddox, City of Florence
Doug Jackson, City of Florence
Angel Myhan, TNT Fireworks
Denise Davis, City of Florence
Noel Phillips, Long Lewis
Paige Bosheers, Long Lewis/Allstate
Mollie Holland, Didgie's Belle Fleurs