Developing Leaders Program for Nonprofit Professionals
The intensive Developing Leaders Program prepares managers to support their organizations' overarching goals by exposing them to key management concepts.
The program offers formal training in fundamental elements of strategic management, including how to use financial data for strategic decision making, and also covers critical areas in leadership, such as the planning and implementing of organizational change, negotiating effectively, and self-awareness.
Through lectures, simulations, small group work, and peer discussions, participants integrate management fundamentals with real-world applications.
March 9-14, 2014
Columbia University Campus, New York City
December 1, 2013
$4,000, Tuition assistance may be available.
Created for upcoming leaders in an organization, this week-long program prepares managers to support their organizations’ overarching goals. Participants learn the fundamentals of strategic management, including using ?nancial data for decision making, understanding conflict management and negotiations, and leading change.
-Develop specific program or department vision and strategy in support of overall agency mission.
-Generate relevant performance and financial data to justify resource allocation proposals.
-Prepare and advocate for innovative program and departmental initiatives.
-Exercise personal leadership effectively in dealing with difficult personnel situations.
-Open and sustain effective teamwork within and across programs and departments.
Upon completion of this program, you will earn six days towards a Certificate in Business Excellence.