Leadership and Personal Development

Overcoming Limiting Beliefs

Date: 
October 24, 2014 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Location: 
Center for Nonprofit Advancement, 1666 K Street, NW, Suite 440, Washington, DC 20006

Facilitated by The Leadership Sanctuary

Did you know that 95% of our decisions are made at the unconscious level?

• These decisions are driven by our beliefs.
• Beliefs (true or untrue) are stored in our unconscious and play a dominate role in achieving peak performance. Read more »

Finalists Announced for 2014 Nonprofit Leadership Award

The Center for Nonprofit Advancement is pleased to announce five finalists for the tenth annual Gelman, Rosenberg and Freedman EXCEL Award. This competitive award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Read more »

Meet a Finalist: Sylisa Lambert-Woodard of Pathway Homes, Inc.

Leading up to the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Annual Celebration on November 18, we are delighted to share with you insights from the finalists for the Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman 2014 EXCEL Award. This award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Join us at the Annual Celebration to connect with our region's outstanding leaders. Read more »

Meet a Finalist: Peter Holden of New Horizons Supported Services, Inc.

Leading up to the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Annual Celebration on November 18, we are delighted to share with you insights from the finalists for the Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman 2014 EXCEL Award. This award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Join us at the Annual Celebration to connect with our region's outstanding leaders. Read more »

Meet a Finalist: Bonnie Fogel of Imagination Stage

Leading up to the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Annual Celebration on November 18, we are delighted to share with you insights from the finalists for the Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman 2014 EXCEL Award. This award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Join us at the Annual Celebration to connect with our region's outstanding leaders. Read more »

Meet a Finalist: Michelle Cooper of Institute for Higher Education Policy

Leading up to the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Annual Celebration on November 18, we are delighted to share with you insights from the finalists for the Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman 2014 EXCEL Award. This award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Join us at the Annual Celebration to connect with our region's outstanding leaders. Read more »

Meet a Finalist: Valarie Ashley of Southeast Ministry

Leading up to the Center for Nonprofit Advancement’s Annual Celebration on November 18, we are delighted to share with you insights from the finalists for the Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman 2014 EXCEL Award. This award recognizes and spotlights outstanding leadership among Washington-area nonprofit chief executives. Join us at the Annual Celebration to connect with our region's outstanding leaders.

Southeast Ministry annually provides education and employment services for approximately 700 low-income persons. Read more »

14th Annual Public Private Partnership Conference Provides Opportunities for Education and Networking

On September 8, more than 160 leaders from the nonprofit, government and business communities came together for the 14th Annual Public Private Partnership Conference, held at the World Bank. Read more »

Keep Calm and Transition On: Executive Transition for Nonprofits

November 17, 2014 - 2:30pm - 4:30pm

Faculty:  Reginald Grant, Fair Chance
Course Objective: Leaders of smaller nonprofits will learn how to prepare their organizations, management teams, & boards for an executive transition

The right leader is key to an organization's success, but what happens when your Executive Director retires or moves on? Smaller nonprofits meeting community needs deserve support during executive transition. This course will prevent leadership transition from being a stressful experience. Learn how to:   Read more »

Location: 
Center for Nonprofit Advancement, 1666 K Street, NW, Suite 440 Washington, DC 20006

Nonprofit Leaders Complete Eight-Part Business Law Course

On May 27, 44 students graduated from the program  Understanding the Fundamentals of Nonprofit Organizations: An Eight-Part Business Law Course for Nonprofit Executives, presented by The Center for Nonprofit Advancement, together with Arnold & Porter Read more »

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