The Art and Science of Nonprofit Management (Series)
The professional development series (The Art & Science of Nonprofit Management and Leadership©) consists of four interconnected workshops. The workshops can be delivered individually or as a series, depending on the training needs of the staff. Power point presentations of some of the workshops are available upon request.
The format of the workshops includes didactic presentations, small group activities that focus on problem identification and resolution, large group discussions on the macro issues related to relevant case studies.
The workshops are designed to focus on developing a mastery of management skills and practical application of these skills in real world scenarios.
A brief summary of the workshop series:
Transitioning to Management
New Manager Supervising Former Colleagues
Roles and Responsibilities
Tools of Great Managers
Strategies and actions to address any issues/conflicts among staff
Three Types of Management Relationships
Supervision of Staff and Programs
Leadership and Management
Knowing Yourself as a Leader
Your Leadership Style
Critical Thinking and Thought Leadership
Professional/Career Development Plan
Workshops tailored for specific needs of your organization
Managers and agencies will have the option to ‘pick and choose’ (from the workshop topics listed above) which topics they would like for a workshop designed specifically for their staff
Art & Science workshops have been presented as a webinar. The curriculum format includes case studies/scenarios designed to engage participants in problem identification and resolution of the topics/issues in the webinar.