• Nonprofit Management and Leadership

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  • High Impact Nonprofit Leadership
    A training program for nonprofit professionals

    Offered the 1st Tuesday of each Month
    October 4, 2016 through May 2, 2017 I 9:30am - 3:00pm

    (The session in January is on January 10)

    Sessions will be held at Dakota Medical Foundation: 4141 28th Ave. S., Fargo, ND

    The Dakota Medical Foundation and the Impact Foundation, in partnership with Minnesota State University Moorhead and Essentials Training, proudly bring you “High Impact Nonprofit Leadership.” This comprehensive training program is designed to address today's critical issues that nonprofit organizations face daily.

    Program Focus Areas
    • Nonprofit Board Governance
    • Legal and Accounting Issues Facing Nonprofits
    • Ethics
    • Goal Setting
     
    • Human Resources Management/Administration
    • Marketing
    • Social Media
    • Leadership
     

    How Will I Benefit?

    Sessions are presented in an interactive, experiential learning environment where participants learn to apply knowledge and techniques to their own nonprofit. Attendees have the opportunity to network with other nonprofit professionals, including those attending the program as well as the presenters. The goal of this program is to increase the long-term success of your nonprofit.

    Who Should Attend?

    Presidents, executive directors and leaders of nonprofit organizations are the target audience for this leadership training. One registration allows any one person from your organization to attend each session. Please send the person who would benefit most from the session topic. If your nonprofit has been part of this program in the past, please notice there have been significant updates to content and changes in presenters.

    What is the Cost?

    The total program cost is $395. Lunch is provided.

    Who Are the Presenters?

    The presenters are nonprofit professionals recognized as experts in their fields.

    Questions?

    Please contact us at 218.477.2076 or marsha.weber@mnstate.edu.

    Registration Form