nonprofit management

Pro Bono Perspectives S2E21: Ngozi Okaro, Custom Collaborative

Fashioning a Pathway to Success and Equity
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Custom Collaborative Executive Director Ngozi Okaro joins Pro Bono Perspectives host and Common Impact CEO Danielle Holly to discuss nonprofit management during times of crisis.

The Nonprofit World is Changing—Is Your Strategic Vision?

Q&A with HBS professor Herman B. “Dutch” Leonard
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As nonprofits around the world struggle to fund their services, they face greater competition and fewer resources. In this Q&A, Herman B. “Dutch” Leonard, Harvard Business School professor and faculty chair of Strategic Perspectives in Nonprofit Management, discusses how economic stress on governments around the world and tougher fiscal policies are putting nonprofits of all sizes to the test.

Social Enterprise Programs Offered at Harvard Business School

Executive education programs that are social mission driven
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As the global economy continues to evolve, so do the requirements of nonprofit leadership. From hunger relief to healthcare, medicine to micro lending, today's organizational and board leaders are challenged with more complex missions and fewer resources.  These Harvard Business School Executive Education programs are designed to help you improve performance, lead organizational change, and generate value for all stakeholders.

Leveraging Social Media and Tapping Volunteers to Raise Big Bucks - Free VolunteerMatch Webinar w/ Darian Heyman and Sean Sullivan, Nonprofit Management 101, 6/16

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Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Leveraging Social Media and Tapping Volunteers to Raise Big Bucks

Speakers: Darian Rodriguez Heyman, editor of Nonprofit Management 101, and Sean Sullivan, Center for Environmental Health

Date: Thursday, 6/16, 2011

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

Click here to register for the event

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Webinar Topic: Best Practices in Corporate Engagement from VolunteerMatch Solutions: Leveraging Social Media and Tapping Volunteers to Raise Big Bucks

Speakers: Darian Rodriguez Heyman, editor of Nonprofit Management 101, and Sean Sullivan, Center for Environmental Health

Date: Thursday, 6/16, 2011

Time: 10AM-11AM PT / 1PM-2PM ET

Click here to register for the event

Partners in Leadership: Bringing Board Chairs and Nonprofit Directors into Strategic Alignment

Nonprofit Board Training Workshop, Oct 29-30
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Two-Day Board Training in Brattleboro, Vermont
October 29-30, 2010

Co-sponsored by the Nonprofit Management Program and United Way of Windham County

As organizations face the financial turbulence of our times, nonprofit boards are becoming more critical.  Good boards have always been sought after, but great boards may be the new reality if you are to survive... and even think about thriving. A trusting and clear partnership between the Executive Director and Board Chair is the bottom line for board success. This 2-day Partners in Leadership workshop, designed for directors and chairs to attend together, will help bring your staff and your Board into strategic alignment.

The workshops will take place at the Marlboro College Graduate Center, located at 28 Vernon Street in downtown Brattleboro. The training begins Friday afternoon at 1:00pm and continues that evening over an optional working dinner. The Saturday sessions runs from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The registration fee of $250 per person or $500 for organizational pair includes the cost of lunch on Saturday. For an additional $25.00, participants can take part in an optional working dinner on Friday evening that will feature a Q&A session with a Windham County executive director and board chair.

To register for the workshop, visit gradschool.marlboro.edu or call Kate Jellema at 802-451-7510.

 

Press Release

Two-Day Board Training in Brattleboro, Vermont
October 29-30, 2010

Co-sponsored by the Nonprofit Management Program and United Way of Windham County

As organizations face the financial turbulence of our times, nonprofit boards are becoming more critical.  Good boards have always been sought after, but great boards may be the new reality if you are to survive... and even think about thriving. A trusting and clear partnership between the Executive Director and Board Chair is the bottom line for board success. This 2-day Partners in Leadership workshop, designed for directors and chairs to attend together, will help bring your staff and your Board into strategic alignment.

The workshops will take place at the Marlboro College Graduate Center, located at 28 Vernon Street in downtown Brattleboro. The training begins Friday afternoon at 1:00pm and continues that evening over an optional working dinner. The Saturday sessions runs from 8:00am to 4:00pm. The registration fee of $250 per person or $500 for organizational pair includes the cost of lunch on Saturday. For an additional $25.00, participants can take part in an optional working dinner on Friday evening that will feature a Q&A session with a Windham County executive director and board chair.

To register for the workshop, visit gradschool.marlboro.edu or call Kate Jellema at 802-451-7510.

 

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