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Kellogg School of Management
Understanding the Principles of Fundraising Funders and donors are growing savvier and more sophisticated in the way they make giving choices. Hence, the need for nonprofit organizations to understand the changing ‘donor market’ and their stakeholders has become more imperative than ever. It is...
Mar 2—9, 2021
Sauder School of Business
Foster the flexibility needed to lead in challenging times The global pandemic and its economic impacts are creating profound challenges for public sector leaders. The ever-shifting conditions often require them to turn on a dime, in order to minimize dire outcomes and cultivate new...
Feb 24—26, 2021
Stanford Continuing Studies
We live in the era of social media. It’s not just today’s teenagers who spend hours on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube; it’s adults as well. Not surprisingly, businesses and nonprofits know that they must master the art of social media marketing to reach their customers and stakeholders. But...
Feb 15—Mar 19, 2021
Planning and evaluating programs and projects run by international organizations is particularly complex since the organizations typically must work indirectly with and through sovereign governments and other organizations. The increasing importance of these programs for national officials as...
Kellogg School of Management
Taking your private sector skills and experience and applying them to the social impact effort can be incredibly fulfilling and drive real outcomes. Whether you’re hoping to transition your career, dedicate time to strategic volunteering, engage in impact investing, launch a social startup or...
Dec 6—8, 2021
3 days in Chicago, Illinois, United States
Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Fundraising success depends on organization-wide efforts from the leadership of the board to the dedication of front-line staff. This course focuses on the role the board plays in fundraising and how to best structure the organization to support this role. Board members and staff will work...
Apr 8—9, 2021
Harvard Business School
Apr 6—9, 2021
1 day in Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Maastricht School of Management
Leading and managing organizational change processes The Change Management program mainly targets participants from non-European countries and/or NGOs who are active in these countries. This program will help you to understand the rationale and objectives of organizational change and how to...
Apr 19—23, 2021
5 days in Maastricht, Netherlands
Said Business School
Using blended capital to address the world's largest problems Social finance helps provide capital to address the wicked problems facing the world today. Global, systematic challenges as outlined by the UN SDGs demand innovation which traditional financing mechanisms fail to address. Social...
Sep 13—18, 2021
6 days in Oxford, United Kingdom
Rotman School of Management
Risk is a universal constant. Whether you prepare or not, your organization faces risk every day. Unanticipated shocks can threaten earnings, damage your reputation, and throw operations into a tailspin. Rotman’s Enterprise Risk Management program will equip you to strengthen your approach to...
May 26—Jun 3, 2021