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Nonprofit Leadership Series - Part 2 Program Excellence: Adapting and Creating Mission Impact
Original Recording Date :
Length: 2 hours


The COVID-19 Crisis has placed unprecedented burdens and constraints on the nonprofit community in critical areas like fundraising, capacity-building, programming, leadership development and short/long-term strategic planning. In response, award-winning nonprofit leader and consultant Rob Levit has prepared a series of interactive online workshops to empower participants with new mindsets, practical tools and innovative approaches for thriving in the “next normal.”

 

Now is the time for a revisioning, reinvention and refreshing of programs. Most nonprofit program models have been severely disrupted but organizations that use the COVID-19 Crisis to reexamine programs have the opportunity to create positive impact in unforeseen and serendipitous ways. Learn, discuss and share best practices for programming in the new era and hear success stories of diverse nonprofits making mission impact right now.

 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Compare and contrast pre-crisis program design strategies and emerging crisis-era program strategies.
  2. Explain and diagram three design frameworks to create more agile and effective crisis-era programs.
  3. Construct and apply three innovative design frameworks for application to individual programs.

Research:

  • The Standards for Excellence® - Best practices in nonprofit governance, operations and programs.
  • Reliable Fundraising in Unreliable Times, Kim Klein.
  • Engine of Impact: Essentials of Strategic Leadership in the Social Sector, Meehan and Jonkey ideas.

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Rob Levit, MA

Rob Levit, MA, has over twenty years’ of experience as a well-known educator in Maryland low-income schools. He focuses on designing multi-sensory programs for youth that positively address the impact of poverty on brain development. Currently, he is the executive director of Creating Communities, a nonprofit organization in Maryland that focuses on mediating the effects of poverty on the brains of children and youth in low-income schools and public housing projects using art-based activities. In addition, Rob is a dynamic trainer, facilitator, and consultant who has worked extensively with educational, corporate, and nonprofit clients on strategic planning, team development, and leadership skills. He has received strong testimonials for his work from universities, public schools, and medical centers, and has been recognized with numerous awards. Rob is a Licensed Consultant from Maryland Nonprofits’ Standards for Excellence Institute®, a Certified Trainer in Workplace Conflict Resolution from the Mediation Institute at Eckerd College, and holds an Executive Leadership Certificate from Cornell University.


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