Class 10 Topic for the Wednesday Evening Class – Legal Issues & Structure – By our legal representative Examines a range of legal issues that confront nonprofits, including articles and bylaws, fiduciary obligations, governance and boards of directors, charitable solicitations, and for-profit ventures.
Class 9 Topic for the Wednesday Evening Class – Finance: Fundraising, Grant Writing & Budgeting Pt. 2 Dr. Sherri Bishop is the Chief Development Officer at University Hospitals of Cleveland and previously with Cleveland Clinic and Procter & Gamble. She will work with us on budgeting for non-profits and we will discuss ways to raise funds and learn strategies for writing grants. We should be
Class 8 Topic for the Wednesday Evening Class – From the Opportunity to the Business Plan This course covers budgets and how they are used in nonprofit organizational settings and how to utilize grant writing and fundraising to grow your organization. You will gain an understanding of the uses and functions of budgets and the relationship between strategic budgeting and
Class 7 Topic for the Wednesday Evening Class – From the Opportunity to the Business Plan The business plan is a written document that describes all the internal and external elements involved in starting our venture. It involves the integration of functional plans such as marketing, finance, and human resources. It also addresses both the short-term and long-term decision making
Class 6 Topic for the Wednesday Evening Class – Towards Gender Parity in the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities Diana Bilimoria is KeyBank Professor and Chair of the Department of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University. She was the 2011-12 Division Chair of the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of the Academy of Management. She has served as the editor
We record each of our classes so that students may watch a class they may have missed or if they would like review something again they can watch fast forward through parts they already understand and rewind to sections they want to see again. Each class is listed by the date, class number and a short description. Students can now
Classes begin this evening, January 17th! We will have an opening ceremony and dedication at 5:30 pm followed by refreshments, all church members, friends, family and the community are welcome to come and see what Cleveland Life Institute is all about. Please feel free to sit in on the first class. If you enjoy the class and would like to participate
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The Cleveland Life Institute is a leadership training program for leaders in business, government, and non-profits. It is a faith based residential executive education program that offers the opportunity to think strategically about guiding organizations to be relevant to culture and relational to the community. In addition to the interaction of the classroom experience, the student will work collaboratively toward solutions to
Our new leadership training course has a limited class size so don’t miss out. Our first class will be accepting registrations soon and will fill up quickly so get on the waiting list now. if you are interested in learning leadership skills, send us your contact information through the form below.