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For 0123-018, Durham
Taught through a case study, this highly interactive day-long workshop introduces the Balanced Scorecard as a management and governance model to map strategy and establish a high performing nonprofit. There is required reading prior to class. Class is also certified for CAE course credit.
As an educational program related to the CAE examination content outline, this session may be applied for CAE application or renewal credit on a hour-for-hour basis, up to 6 hours per day of participation. (Note: This program is not endorsed or affiliated with the CAE program, and no program is required to meet eligibility requirements. For more information on CAE, visit www.whatiscae.com. The final approval for course acceptance is based on the individual candidate's application.
For 0123-019, Western North Carolina
NOTE: **Revised Course Curriculum for Asheville only**
TITLE: Strong Boards for the Long Haul
Nonprofit Boards of Directors are often viewed as a necessary evil when in fact the opposite is true -- they are a “necessary good.” Learn how to create an active, engaged board that is both accountable and involved.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Certificate in Nonprofit Management : Board Development/Governance - Key Electives