** ACCORDING TO THE GUIDESTAR.ORG: "There are more than 1.5 million non-profit organizations across America all competing for the nation's charitable contributions. Because of this, non-profit managers require leadership, financial and evaluation skills."
THIS COURSE IS BUILT TO PROVDE THESE SKILLS!
** SPECIAL FREE BONUS WORKBOOKS INCLUDED:**
Are you ready for a practical course designed to equip you with the skills to:
This course includes important topics such as financial statement analysis, Diversity and Inclusion, Idea Generation, Performance Reviews and much much more!
I will work with you throughout the course to support your journey to mastery!
The contents of this course are all based on my work experience as an education innovator and entrepreneur with global experience in for profit, start up and corporate settings. I used these networks to survey non-profit professionals asking them one simple question: What do you need to know to be successful?
I collected all their answers and designed this course, working closely with them each step of the way. The result is a course that ties together both theoretical knowledge and practical experience in a dynamic, practical and applicable way.
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In this lesson we explore the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats model in relation to your organization and it's competitors.
How to analyze powerful actors by their influence and impact.
Explore a decision tool used by a former president in this session. We also use a table to categorize a problem into quadrants.
We explore the foundation of conflict management.
Here we explore the work of the greatest management theorist of the 21st century: Mary Parker Follet. You will learn why she believed that compromise was the worst outcome for conflict.
Giving great feedback is the most important tool of being a manager. In this lesson we explore this further.
Effective performance reviews lead to improved results. This lecture describes the basic principles of an effective performance review.
It often not what we say but how we say it that makes all the difference in a performance review. Phrases are the therefore, are the lifeblood of a successful review. This lecture outlines useful phrases you can use to deliver feedback.
As prepare for our performance review, what practical steps can we take to increase our chance of success? This lecture provides a series of steps you can take before stepping into the performance review session.
Asking for a salary increase can be scary, awkward or downright difficult. This lecture clears up this misunderstanding by providing practical tools and steps.
In this class we look at examples of Theory Of Change and start working on yours.
By the end of this lecture you will be able to collect your group's ideas and map them to the basic skeleton of the Theory of Change.
In this lecture we define your target audience, differentiate your target population and map out an group profile.
In this lecture we outline your strategies and help you think through how you work so you can improve your results.
What do you hope to achieve? How will you know you have made this impact? Here we define measurable outcomes and link them back to your strategies.
You have created a Theory of Change! Now, reflect on the process to improve your product.
Whether you are a manager or an aspiring program evaluator, this lecture will give you a list of important things to consider before continuing with the needs analysis.
Surveillance identifies the problem, investigation helps you see the roots of the problem.
Writing the report is an important element of the needs analysis process. Here we describe two report types.
In this section we begin with a policy problem and use a series of steps to analyze the best policy solutions.
This lecture describes the difference between policy and the law.
Before tackling any policy problem we need to understand the root causes.
By the end of this lecture you will be able to define the criteria with which to weigh up the different policy choices.
We conduct the analysis in this lecture. We walk through a policy matrix and weigh the options against one another.
As we weigh up policy options we begin to confront tradeoffs between the different criteria. By the end of this lecture you will be able to confront tradeoffs.
A policy report is necessary to communicate the policy process and decision.
If we are all human beings, why is there so much emphasis on what we look like? This class unpacks race and ethnicity as a social construct. Taking this class will equip you with the skills to understand race and racism.
Is there a difference between income, wealth, and how a person sees the world? In this class, you will be exposed to the way in which socio-economic class shapes ideas, behaviors, and culture.
The distinction between belief, non-belief, practice and culture are often blurred at best. This lecture unpacks these relationships. By the end of this class you will:
See the relationship between culture and religion.
Investigate strategies to use religion as a way of building inclusive conversations.
Some census forms ask for a person's sex, while others ask for their gender. What is the difference? By the end of this class you will understand these differences and be able to see them in your surroundings.
Sex and sexuality has always been a topic of interest for millennia. By the end of this class you will have a greater grasp of what sexual orientation is, and how to be more inclusive to people of different sexual identities.
Dr. Warren Chalklen is an education innovator who has taught over 41,000+ students across 167 countries using online and face to face platforms. He is passionate about building individual and organizational capacity in the fields of diversity, policy analysis, and data driven performance with softwares such as Excel, Salesforce and Balanced Scorecard tools. In his spare time he loves to travel and recently returned from a vacation in Brazil!