Become a more effective school leader with practical frameworks for leading people and managing resources. Kellogg and Northwestern faculty share best practice leadership and management strategies in a school environment from effective team-building and people development, to leading through change. Participants will learn how to implement sustainable frameworks for organizational success.
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Designed for the frontline leaders of nonprofits, especially those in multi-functional roles, this highly interactive program provides a foundation for organizational and management topics. You gain practical knowledge and insight regarding operational effectiveness and the organizational structure which best suits the internal efficacies, by engaging with faculty experts and your peers.
Will the leaders of today be able to prepare their organizations to meet the social and leadership challenges of a world in transition? This program is designed for leaders looking to reinvigorate creative skills and seeking best practices for transformational thinking, whether it is through embracing design thinking, practicing focused leadership and/or implementing innovative leadership strategies. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
Explore how strong leaders develop and retain high-performing people committed to their organizations' missions. In a self-managed world, how do leaders empower employees, build trust and give feedback? Learn how to motivate and energize people to achieve greater individual and collective success.Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
This one-day retreat-style program, specially designed to fit your schedule, explores the relationships amongst and the best practices for the executive-level nonprofit leaders and for the board members serving these nonprofits.
This cutting-edge, non-denominational program offers faith leaders the rare opportunity to learn — and practice — the leadership and management skills they need to address the myriad of challenges facing the faith-based organizations they serve today.
This program will help senior nonprofit executives gain a deeper understanding of the intersection of financial management and organizational mission. Participants will have an opportunity to better understand how long-term financial plans are developed and evaluated. This program will also look at the nonprofit’s capital structure, capital budgeting practices, and the investment of organizational assets. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
This program is designed to encourage the psychology and thought processes that drive consistent, creative and effective fund generation techniques for all scales and types of nonprofit organizations. The participants will work collaboratively to thoughtfully assess their own fundraising practices and discover which techniques work best. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 21 Points in category 1.B
For principals, development officers and other education-based leaders charged with school fundraising, this practical program offers a mix of strategic positioning and marketing paired with practical and proven approaches to creating dynamic development plans to enhance your annual fundraising efforts. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
This hands-on exploration of the unique challenges of leading a university core facility or research hospital will enhance your business and management skills and give you practical experience in applying them to a project specific to your organization.
The word "innovation" elicits images of high-tech contraptions and digitized everything. However, innovation is also about organizational design, creative & blended processes and exploring new applications of existing systems. This program will focus on how leaders infuse and sustain an innovation mindset into their organizations.
Learn an array of strategies that will take your personal leadership to the next level in your school environment. Topics such as generating better ideas, strategic leadership communications and effective motivation strategies empower participants to walk away with actionable plans to maximize their leadership impact across students, staff and communities.
The world around us is changing rapidly. Here and now matters, but creating a vision for the future and ensuring that your nonprofit organization remains relevant, agile and adaptive is even more crucial. Does your organization regularly map its future and envision how to interface with the stakeholders of the new automated era? Is remaining relevant a part of your five to ten-year strategic vision? Join us to explore how to cultivate agility for the future.
This highly interactive learning experience explores the essentials of designing and leading a successful major gift fundraising strategy and how to apply the science of persuasion and the art of storytelling as part of your major gift solicitation efforts. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
In a resource-constrained social sector environment where metrics are becoming increasingly important leaders often ask the questions – How and what do we measure to communicate success? And Will technology make it easier? This program is designed to explore these questions in the context of improving outcomes measurement in nonprofit, public sector and for-profit social impact organizations. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
Deepen your knowledge of nonprofit finance and broaden your understanding of your organization's financial picture. Improve your ability to analyze financial statements, spot trends, identify cost containment opportunities and foresee the implications of your financial management decisions. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
Learn how to drive impact by applying your private sector skills to the nonprofit world. This program will help leaders looking to make a career change or deepen their understanding of social impact.
This program focuses on new ways to think strategically about one's own leadership style, issues and challenges. Participants will also look at how to maximize your own performance while engaging and inspiring others by communicating a sense of purpose, value and vision. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
As a leader on the cusp of a continuously changing workforce, you, too, need to rethink your nonprofit human capital recruitment strategy. This program is designed to focus on the capabilities, skills and insights you need for to understand how to design jobs that fit your organization, recruiting the right candidates and hiring a diverse and effective workforce.
As a nonprofit leader when you define your mission to the board members, donors and other stakeholders, you are defining your brand. This program will engage nonprofit leaders to actively think about their mission in the context of the frameworks of brand strategy. Certified Fund Raising Executive Credential – 14 Points in category 1.B
Assess your organization's competitive positioning in the nonprofit sector and learn how to create and sustain a competitive advantage in this program. You'll focus on three key components of nonprofit organizational success: market strategy, competitive analysis and implementation.