How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Executive Leadership Team©
A CEO’s Guide to Succeed, Not Just Survive Today’s Challenging Times
A nine-module online course that members of your leadership team can take from their home, office or mobile device.
Topics covered include:
- Visionary Thinker
- Relationship Builder
- Emotional Intelligence
- Entrepreneurial Spirit
- The CEO’s Role in Philanthropy
- Positive Brand Builder
- Strategic Collaborator
- Succession Planner
- Inspirational Motivator
This course provides a one year license for providing leadership development educational tools including a course handbook with questions for you to consider within each module and for discussion at each of your leadership team meetings.
Today, the executive leadership skills required for your organization to succeed have changed dramatically to navigate and lead your organization towards achieving your strategic vision.
Dennis’ goal with this course is to provide you with information and proven strategies on a wide range of executive leadership topics to allow you to improve your leadership’s performance. High performing nonprofit executive leader teams experience greater levels of personal satisfaction, professional recognition, compensation and a significantly greater positive impact on those they serve.
Are You Ready to Take the Challenge?
What if you could learn some nonprofit executive leadership best practices that could make it easier for you to lead your organization forward, would you be willing to take the challenge?
Dennis Miller has created a wonderfully informative and instructive resource for nonprofit executives and boards in his new online course “How to Become a High Performing Nonprofit Executive Leadership Team©”. The course is full of great information and tips that will assist executives and board members at all levels of their board development. The videos are engaging and matched well with a companion handbook I found the questions at the end of each module to be excellent for both stimulating discussion as well as a sound exercise in determining the functioning of the board and CEO. Many thanks to Dennis for sharing his sound knowledge and experience!
Allison Blake, PhD MSW, Chief Executive Officer
Child and Family Agency of Southeastern Connecticut