The Value of Nonprofit Leadership Courses

Develop Your Leaders with DCM’s Nonprofit Leadership Course

As a nonprofit CEO, one of your key responsibilities is to engage and motivate your board and leadership team to ensure they’re passionate about serving the organization’s mission and achieving its strategic vision. To help you develop your leaders and build a high-performing nonprofit, DCM Associates offers two online nonprofit leadership courses: “How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Board” and “How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Executive Leadership Team.”

These courses will enable your board members and leadership team to learn the skills, competencies, and self-confidence required to lead a successful nonprofit. With these tools, your organization will be better equipped to serve its beneficiaries effectively and efficiently. At DCM Associates, we’re committed to helping you build a strong, effective leadership team that will take your organization to the next level.

DCM’s How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Board Course

This online course gives your leadership team the tools they need to serve as an effective and efficient board. The course covers topics such as:

  • Characteristics of high-performing nonprofit boards and the common obstacles to high performance
  • The role and responsibilities of the nonprofit board chair and what characterizes a high-performing chair
  • Board leadership succession
  • Board recruitment, reappointment, and best practices
  • The board and CEO relationship
  • Today’s executive leadership competencies
  • The board’s role in strategic planning
  • How to increase your nonprofit stock price
  • Addressing challenging board member behavior

Additionally, this eight-module online course provides your board with a one-year license to provide board orientation, ongoing board governance educational tools, and answers to the many challenges your board might need to address. You can register up to 25 individuals who can take the course from their office, home, or mobile app. Each member will also receive a course handbook and an individualized certificate of completion. In addition, the purchase of each course includes 60 minutes of FREE virtual consultation with Dennis to discuss any issues or answer any questions.

DCM’s How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Executive Leadership Team Course

By taking this course, your leadership team will be better equipped to lead your organization toward its strategic vision. The course covers topics such as:

  • Visionary Thinker
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • The CEO’s Role in Philanthropy
  • Positive Brand Builder
  • Strategic Collaborator
  • Succession Planner
  • Inspirational Motivator

Additionally, this nine-module course provides a one-year license for providing leadership development tools for up to 25 individuals on your team. This includes a course handbook with questions for you to consider within each module and for discussion at your leadership team meetings. This online course can be purchased for individual use for $195 or $975 for an entire team of 25 individuals. This is an excellent investment for any nonprofit organization that wants to improve its performance and build a strong foundation for the future. By taking this course, your leadership team will be better equipped to lead your organization toward its strategic vision.

Contact DCM Associates Today

Both courses are valuable tools for building a strong, effective leadership team. You can purchase both courses for only $195 per individual, $975 for your entire team of 25, or you can purchase both courses at once for only $1450—saving your team $500.

DCM Associates has extensive experience helping organizations develop comprehensive nonprofit boards. We can help you assess your current leadership needs and develop a plan to address them. We can also help you implement and monitor your plan to ensure success. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you develop a comprehensive succession leadership plan.

Dennis C. Miller