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LEADING NON-PROFITS: June 1 &2; June 29; Sept 21 & 22
Thu, Jun 1, 2017, 8:30 AM – Fri, Sep 22, 2017, 5:00 PM EDT
LEADING NONPROFITS is designed for Board Members and Non Profit Executive Directors (+team members) who are relatively new in their roles and have a practitioner’s interest in the development, leadership, and management of nonprofit organizations and their intersection with the private sector and government.
Leading Nonprofits is taught through a combination of theory, practice simulation, and exposure to social sector leadership. Leading Nonprofits provides participants with the essential competencies and tools to conduct in-depth analysis of a non-profit’s effectiveness leading to social impact, financial sustainability, and systems and policy impact. Leading Nonprofits also address contemporary challenges related to organizational ethics, accountability, emerging legal frameworks, and public policy.
Participants, in teams, are required to design, incorporate, and govern a best practice nonprofit. Through this process teams will leave with a “best practice” nonprofit manual that includes articles of incorporation, bylaws, governance roles, strategic action/business plan, 3-5 year budget projections, development plan and public policy strategy that can be applied to the governance, leadership, strategic and/or business model, financial sustainability, social impact, marketing and communication, and public policy influence best practices of their own organization.