Understanding Financial Leadership
Balancing mission and money
Cultivating financial leadership
The organization as an interdependent set of programs and activities.
The relationship between strong infrastructure and strong programs
Setting a tone of financial accountability and transparency
Evaluating financial leadership
Financial Information Systems
Reading Financial Statements and Using Financial Information to Assess Organizational Financial Health
Identifying immediate financial strengths and weaknesses
Identifying long-term financial strengths and weaknesses
Considering whether stakeholders and other constituents perceive the organization as efficient and competitive
Evaluating financial health
Fee Information: $195 per participant (Fee includes light breakfast, lunch and seminar materials)
Faculty: Lisa A. Gioia, CPA, MPA, Senior Fellow of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership.