What Is C-Suite?
C-suite or C-level, This widely-used vernacular describes a cluster of a business's most important executives, it gets its name from the titles of top senior staffers, which tend to start with the letter C, for "chief", as in chief executive officer (CEO), chief financial officer (CFO), chief operating officer (COO), and chief information officer (CIO). And for Nonprofits it's the ED, the Executive Director.
The C-suite is deemed the most important and influential group of individuals within a company. Reaching this high position typically requires an abundance of experience and finely-honed leadership skills.
So, if you are currently an Executive Director, CEO, Managing Director or Direct Report and are seeking that deep, meaningful professional development that will impact your ability to lead your organization Nonprofit Network ED Academy is for you!
Now enrolling for the new 2020 ED Academy Sessions! Over the course of
8 now 9 sessions, participants will deliberately focus on implementing skills and practices learned at monthly sessions. They will share their barriers and breakthroughs with their fellow participants session facilitators. To maximize the value of this cohort model, the sessions will be highly interactive and reflective.
Explained here are the Academy Expectations, consistent attendance and active engagement will be necessary to appropriately support your colleagues and to gain proficiency.
When we meet:
The Nonprofit Network Executive Director Academy meets once every month over the course of 9 sessions.
Who is eligible:
Each cohort comprises 15 or fewer executive directors who have been in their role for the same amount of time.
Every participant in the Academy will be provided with their own copy of the Michigan Nonprofit Management Manual ($95 value). This manual will support some portions of the the sessions and serves as a valuable ongoing reference tool for the Executive Director.