that new knowledge, skills, proficiencies and attitudes of nonprofit
executives with regard to their own leadership competencies , goals
and plans, will become the most influential factors in achieving
nonprofit organizational effectiveness, efficiency and, ultimately,
social return on community investment, we have developed a continuum
of sustainable resources addressing several levels of need:
Let NMS help with
long-term and emergency planning, interim director placement, needs assessment & position development, search process & strategy, candidate recruitment & screening, compensation planning & contract negotiations. Click here for more information.
In partnership with Chapman University, we have designed a 47 hour course reserved for emerging leaders and those making the transition into the nonprofit sector. It includes a practicum, expert lecturers and research papers. Click here for more information.
program goes beyond the basic how-to’s to exploring solutions
and working with new tools to deal with the issues that EDs face
in the current environment. This is an 18-hour boot camp interactive
experience for new executives designed to provide intensely practical
tools, resources, models and ideas for immediate application
in the nonprofit workplace. Click here for more information.
Academy curriculum is designed to focus on discovering core talents and working from an asset-based approach to enhance effective and empowered leadership. The two day intense experience is followed by coaching opportunities for participants. Click here for more information.
Coming fall 2006! A
monthly forum for an executive director cohort, facilitated by
an experienced professional, offering featured speakers and community
resources to explore sector trends, unique challenges and common
goals. This group will serve as a sounding board and support
system for participants.
One-on-One coaching is onsidered one of the most effective means
for achieving sustainable growth, change and development in
individuals and organizations. Individuals can look to increased
creativity, higher self- responsibility, improved flexibility
and adaptability, and better use of talents and skills, while
organizations may benefit from higher productivity and performance. Click
here for more information.