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Developing Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals

Developing Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals: Overview
Mar 15—20, 2020
6 days
New York, New York, United States
USD 5950
USD 991 per day

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Description

People devoted to working in the nonprofit sector often require specialized professional knowledge and skills, but may not have received training in leadership and management. Managers, in particular, are in the unique position of overseeing others while also answering to their organization’s leadership.

The intensive six-day Developing Leaders Program addresses both of these challenges.

The program prepares nonprofit managers to support their organization’s mission by exposing them to key management concepts and providing tools to better navigate their position within the organization.

The program offers formal training in fundamental elements of strategic management and covers such critical skills as the planning and implementing of organizational change, negotiating effectively, and increasing one’s self-awareness.

Through lectures, simulations, small-group work, one hour of 1:1 coaching following a 360-degree evaluation, and peer discussions, participants integrate management fundamentals with real-world applications. The peer network created during the Developing Leaders Program becomes an invaluable source of continued support.

Impact

Participants in the Developing Leaders Program are exposed to fundamentals of strategic management that they can immediately put into practice. Learning is reinforced through lecture, discussion, small-group work, and 1:1 executive coaching.

By the time participants have completed the program, they will have a greater awareness of their leadership and management style, as well as additional skills that all rising talent need to succeed.

Topics covered during the six-day program include the following:

  • Balancing leader and manager roles and responsibilities
  • Using mission and vision to set strategic program and departmental priorities, and making change actually happen
  • Developing skill and methods for effective delegation and performance management
  • Understanding and recognizing leadership and communications styles of oneself and others
  • Managing to mission under fiscal constraints
  • Building effective marketing programs for generating public awareness and support
  • Acquiring essential skills for negotiating and conflict resolution.
  • Becoming more self-aware of one's managerial style, en route to becoming a more effective leader

Who should attend

Created for rising leaders in nonprofit organizations, this week-long program prepares managers to support their organizations’ overarching goals. Participants learn the fundamentals of strategic management, including using financial data for decision making, understanding conflict management and negotiations, and leading change.

Experts

Biography Professor Bontempo studies international comparative management, including international negotiations and cultural differences in decision making. His current research involves cultural factors in international negotiations and international differences in risk perception. The winner o...
Biography Within the broader field of organizational behavior, Professor Brockner is well known for his work in several areas, including the effects of organizational downsizing on the productivity and morale of the "survivors," the management of organizational change, organizational justice, se...
Biography Professor Pham’s business expertise covers the areas of marketing strategy and management, branding, customer and consumer psychology, trademark psychology, marketing communication, and executive decision making. His most recent research focuses on the role of feelings, emotions and mo...
Biography William Duggan is the author of three recent books on innovation: Strategic Intuition: The Creative Spark in Human Achievement (2007); Creative Strategy: A Guide for Innovation (2012); and The Seventh Sense: How Flashes of Insight Change Your Life (2015).  In 2007 the journal Strategy+...
Biography Mabel Abraham is an Assistant Professor of Management at Columbia Business School. Her main stream of research examines how organizational and social network processes contribute to gender differences in outcomes. In one recent project, Professor Abraham compares the relative benefits ...
Biography Professor Iyengar has taught courses in leadership and entrepreneurial creativity. Her research addresses the implications of offering people, whether they be employees or consumers, choices. She has examined choice in a multitude of contexts ranging from employee motivation and perfor...
Biography Valerie Purdie-Vaughns is the Director of the Laboratory of Intergroup Relations and the Social Mind (LIRSM). She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Columbia University, core faculty for the Robert Wood Johnson Health & Society Scholars Program (RWJ Columb...
Educational Background Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, New York University M.A., Psychology, New York University B.S., Psychology, University of Illinois - Urbana Scholarly Interests The long term effects of stereotype threat in the workplace The influence of race and gender st...

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Mar 15—20, 2020
6 days
New York, New York, United States
USD 5950
USD 991 per day

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