Executive Leadership Academy
ELA is held each January through June, with full-day sessions cover the following topics: Growing Your Self-Awareness as a Leader (deep work with variety of assessment tools); Leading Change with Change Style Indicator; An Exploration of Privilege; Leading Innovation; Art of Influence: Gaining Commitment & Getting Results; and Authentic Leadership.
Participants operate at the top level of organizational leadership as executive director/CEO/president or at the VP/C-Suite level and have fiscal and management responsibilities within the organization. They commit to full participation and also agree to coach and/or mentor less experienced executive directors at other Guilford County nonprofits.
On the open market, this program would cost a participant $25,000 – $30,000 to participate. The Consortium is pleased to provide this experience for member organizations for $1500 per participant ( limited scholarships are available).
Board Development Academy
The Board Development Academy, held each spring and fall, is designed to meet the needs of new, prospective, and existing nonprofit board members to help maximize their impact in serving our community. Participants in the seven-session program focus on relevant topics related to board service that can be put to immediate use.
The Board Development Academy Faculty includes top-notch, dynamic professionals who donate their time and talent. Topics covered by faculty include: Roles and Responsibilities of a Nonprofit Board; The Art and Science of Board Meetings; Fiduciary Responsibilities and Legal Duties of a Nonprofit Board; The Nonprofit Board and the Strategic Planning Process; Financial Literacy for Nonprofit Boards; Fundraising Basics for Nonprofit Boards; and Mock Board Meeting and Graduation.
The cost for Consortium member organizations is $200 per participant and $300 per participant for non-members. The next Academy will be held in the Spring of 2024.
More academies and learning opportunities, including the Nonprofit Management Institute, are available through our partners at the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits. Visit their page at ncnonprofits.org