Best executive courses in Non-profit in United States

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

1,595 USD

Raise more money by receiving more major gifts. Consistent donors can become major donors when you effectively implement the Eight-Step Major Gifts Management Cycle. Identify and utilize your own communication strengths when meeting with donors to develop major gifts and increase your fundraising...

Mar 1—3, 2021

3 days in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

1,595 USD

Harvard Kennedy School

9,700 USD

Sep 13—18, 2020

6 days in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

9,700 USD

Kellogg School of Management

1,150 USD

Empowering Fundraising Professionals The most effective and efficient way to raise money from individuals — the source of nearly 90 percent of the charitable contributions made in the United States — has always been through personal, face-to-face solicitation. In today’s interconnected...

Mar 11—12, 2021

2 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States

1,150 USD

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

990 USD

Get the attention of your donors and prospective donors! When marketing and fundraising work together effectively, donors receive consistent, compelling messages that build trust and understanding. This trust encourages deeper involvement and support for your cause, even during times of crisis....

Oct 14—16, 2020

3 days in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

1,295 USD

Build your fundraising skills to build your next building. Learn the five phases of a successful capital campaign that will help you design a visionary goal with a specific timeline, engage your board and involve your community – all while avoiding costly mistakes and maintaining your current...

Jun 14—16, 2021

3 days in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

1,295 USD

UW Professional & Continuing Education

3,696 USD

Deploy Process Improvements to Increase Business Efficiency The name of the game in business management today is process improvement, and Lean Six Sigma — a combination of Lean Enterprise and Six Sigma methodologies — sets the standard. Top companies and organizations are using Lean Six Sigma...

Jan 11—Jun 21, 2021

25 days in Seattle, Washington, United States

3,696 USD

Lilly Family School of Philanthropy

990 USD

Based on the manifesto of philanthropy written by Robert Payton and Dr. Michael Moody, this course examines the unique influence and impact of philanthropy as “voluntary action for the public good,” including the voluntary action of charitable giving that is at the heart of...

Mar 4—5, 2021

2 days in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Management Concepts

869 USD

The streamlined process for acquiring commercial items can save your project time and money, but it requires a nuanced understanding of FAR Part 12 to be effective. You will learn how to determine what is a commercial item and follow a more efficient and cost-effective acquisition strategy. You...

Jun 10—11, 2021

2 days in Washington, District of Columbia, United States

Kellogg School of Management

1,150 USD

Now more than ever, nonprofit organizations need their development strategies to be well structured, creative and data-driven. Donor portfolio development and management is crucial in identifying what donors are seeking and how nonprofits can best engage them. Nonprofit organizations not only...

Apr 20—21, 2021

2 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States

1,150 USD

Villanova University

800 USD

Villanova's Principles of Fundraising course provides students with tools and data-driven solutions needed to execute successful development activities. Effective fundraising requires sophisticated techniques for identifying, cultivating, and soliciting potential donors. Students learn from a...

Sep 14—Dec 7, 2020

13 days in Villanova, Pennsylvania, United States

800 USD