This interactive course is designed for boards, directors and senior staff of non profits and aimed at building their knowledge and skills for good governance. Topics include:
• The Role and Legal Responsibilities of a Board and Directors
• Code of Conduct and Conflict of Interest
• Efficient Board and Committee meetings
• Priority Results Agendas and Minutes
• Decision-Making Processes
• Monitoring and Measuring Performance
This course focuses on the organizational and governance changes that need to take place for a traditional non-profit to successfully move into the social enterprise arena. It is particularly relevant to the Boards and senior staff of non profits however also of interest to funders and others interested in the emerging field of social enterprise. Through presentations, interactive group exercises, and case studies participants will learn:
In today’s not-for-profit and social enterprise world, everyone from government to foundations, angel investors, consumers, and volunteers want to know what kind of a difference is being made by our organizations. It is important to be able to demonstrate the value and impact of the work we are doing, and this goes beyond anecdotal stories, to the measurement of impact and social return on investment.
Included in this interactive workshop are topics such as:
Conflict in any workplace can have staggering consequences. Through interactive presentations, group discussions, and case studies the workshop will help you:
Identify why and how conflicts arise and what you can do to prevent them;
Understand and use interest-based processes and skills that can turn a conflict from a negative experience into an opportunity for personal and organizational growth;
Discover practical resources to help you develop preventative policies and practices.
A social enterprise is a business with social goals that sells products/services in the marketplace and reinvests its profits into social, environmental or cultural goals. This course is geared to anyone interested in learning more about how the social enterprise model can meet their goals. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of what a social enterprise is and:
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