The Center for Social Leadership is launching a new certificate program focusing on transformational leadership in non-profits.  To learn more about the certificate click here or read below for a brief description of the the program.  CSL also offers a few scholarships, information for which you can find by clicking here.
Best Practices Leaders: Skill-Building Sessions
Six of the 12 sessions in the Certificate of Transformational Nonprofit Leadership program will be taught by CSL’s Best Practices Leaders. Given the state of the economy, we have included Skill-Building Sessions that will enable participants to boost revenues for their organizations, efficiently manage their organization’s finances, and not lose sight of their work-life balance in these challenging times.
These Best Practices Leaders for the Certificate of Transformational Nonprofit Leadership are the top trainers in the country in the areas of fundraising, social marketing, work-life balance and financial management.
The Best Practices Leaders and their session topics (click on any Best Practices Leader’s name to see their bio):
Alan Andreasen, Professor of Marketing at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and Executive Director of the Social Marketing Institute: Social Marketing
Paul Bloom, Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing at the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship of Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business: How to Mobilize and Scale Social-Purpose Organizations: Non-traditional Income Generation Strategies for Nonprofits
Jonathan Koppell, Professor of Politics and Management and Director of the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Yale School of Management: Accountability and Organizational Development: Managing the Board and Other Constituents 
Kim Klein, Award-Winning Author and Fundraising Trainer, Fundraising for Social Change and Fundraising in Times of Crisis: Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times: Innovative Fundraising Strategies
Carl Honoré, Award-Winning Author, In Praise of Slowness and Under Pressure:  The Power of Slow: Why the Best Way to Thrive in a Fast-Paced World is to Slow Down
Lynda Ramirez-Blust, CPA and PMP: Financial Management

The Center for Social Leadership is launching a new certificate program focusing on transformational leadership in non-profits.  To learn more about the certificate click here or read below for a brief description of the the program.  CSL also offers a few scholarships, information for which you can find by clicking here.


PROGRAM DETAILS

Best Practices Leaders: Skill-Building Sessions
Six of the 12 sessions in the Certificate of Transformational Nonprofit Leadership program will be taught by CSL’s Best Practices Leaders. Given the state of the economy, we have included Skill-Building Sessions that will enable participants to boost revenues for their organizations, efficiently manage their organization’s finances, and not lose sight of their work-life balance in these challenging times.

These Best Practices Leaders for the Certificate of Transformational Nonprofit Leadership are the top trainers in the country in the areas of fundraising, social marketing, work-life balance and financial management.

The Best Practices Leaders and their session topics (click on any Best Practices Leader’s name to see their bio):

Alan Andreasen, Professor of Marketing at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University and Executive Director of the Social Marketing InstituteSocial Marketing

Paul Bloom, Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Marketing at the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship of Duke University’s Fuqua School of BusinessHow to Mobilize and Scale Social-Purpose Organizations: Non-traditional Income Generation Strategies for Nonprofits

Jonathan Koppell, Professor of Politics and Management and Director of the Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance at the Yale School of ManagementAccountability and Organizational Development: Managing the Board and Other Constituents 

Kim Klein, Award-Winning Author and Fundraising Trainer, Fundraising for Social Change and Fundraising in Times of Crisis
Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times: Innovative Fundraising Strategies

Carl Honoré, Award-Winning Author, In Praise of Slowness and Under Pressure:  The Power of Slow: Why the Best Way to Thrive in a Fast-Paced World is to Slow Down

Lynda Ramirez-Blust, CPA and PMPFinancial Management

Leadership Sessions
Six of the 12 sessions in the Certificate of Transformational Nonprofit Leadership program will be focused on nonprofit leadership. These sessions will be facilitated by Anthony Silard, President of The Center for Social Leadership. The session topics emulate CSL’s one-week Transform program at George Washington University, and are as follows:

Doing Good and Doing Well: Leveraging Resources for Your Cause andLeading in Challenging Economic Times (Joint session – each one hour)

Building an Effective Board and The Nine Strategies of Effective Time Management (Joint session – each one hour)

Strategic Planning Made Easy and Goal-Setting: Creating Strategic Vision-Alignment in Your Organization

Leadership Style

Balancing Work and Life

Human Resource Management and Organizational Sustainability/ Succession Planning (Joint session – each one hour)

Session Duration/Times
Each session will last for two hours. All sessions will take place from 4 – 6 pm EST (This is the time in New York City; equivalent times are 1 – 3 pm PST; 2 – 4 pm MST; 3 – 5 pm CST, 9 – 11 pm London time). Sessions will take place on the first Thursday of each month with the four exceptions below. There will be no sessions in August 2010 or January 2011 to allow for vacations. These two sessions have been rescheduled below. 

The 12 session dates are: 

2010
June 3
July 8*
Sept. 2
Sept. 23*
Oct. 7
Nov. 4
Dec. 2  

2011
Feb. 3
Feb. 17* 
March 3
April 7
May 5 FINAL SESSION AND GRADUATION

*Note: These dates are also on Thursdays, but not the first Thursday of the month. 

 

 

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May 10, 2010

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