The Nonprofit Management Institute for Senior Level Nonprofit Managers and Directors
Using an organization-wide framework focusing on mission impact, the Nonprofit Management Institute is an intensive three-day training that covers the key content areas needed by senior-level nonprofit managers to more effectively manage a nonprofit organization in today’s environment. This course will help you be a senior thinker within your organization, provide you with essential management skills to deepen your professional expertise, and enable you to contribute to your organization in a more strategic way. The seminar topics include:
- Creating a personal leadership framework to manage to organizational impact
- Strategic and business thinking and planning
- Financial leadership and management
- Fund development strategies and principles
- People management practices that support great staff performance and results
- Governance and how to develop a board and staff partnership
Who should attend?
- This course is for individuals who are interested in furthering their career in the nonprofit sector and are looking for targeted leadership and management training to enhance their skills broadly, and aspiring executive directors.
- This course is also intended to provide organizations an affordable and comprehensive professional development opportunity for management teams and senior staff. It is also ideal training to prepare the staff person identified as an emergency successor in an organization’s succession plan.
- Participants should have some management experience.
Executive Directors interested in this course should attend Executive Director 101, a similar intensive training seminar exclusively for EDs
There are $400 scholarships available for individuals working in social justice* organizations or have a personal commitment to racial/social justice. Click here to complete the short application. For questions please contact Nelson Layag at email@example.com.
*CompassPoint's working definition of social justice: The dismantling of systems, structures, and practices that perpetuate oppression.