"Take the Lead" is a series of 90 minute lunch workshops designed specifically for the senior leadership of nonprofit organizations that will build upon your current skillsets, and introduce you to new leadership strategies and tools. These workshops are ideal for CEOs/executive directors, board members, and other senior staff to attend together.
Created in partnership between Northwestern University’s Network for Nonprofit and Social Impact at the School of Communication and the Center for Nonprofit Management at the Kellogg School of Management, these workshops feature leading faculty from universities around the country.
Please note: All "Take the Lead" Series workshops are held from 11:30am to 1:00pm at Wieboldt Hall on Northwestern University's Chicago Campus. The workshop fee of $10 includes entry, lunch and materials.
340 East Superior Street, Room 540
Chicago, IL 60611
*Scholarships are not available for these workshops.
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All nonprofit organizations are working to address the outcomes of larger social issues inherently tied to policy. Leaders have found success advocating for and advancing their agenda by joining collaborative policy making networks – generating greater awareness and presence for their particular cause. But, how can you be certain your organization’s interests are substantively represented among the more influential members of your network when working with policy makers?
In this workshop, we will present tools to measure collaborative participation and understand your position in policy making networks. You will learn strategies to use this data to increase meaningful participation in collaborative policy making.
May 17, 2018
Start: May 17 at 11:30 AM
End: May 17 at 1:00 PM
Location: Chicago campus
Fee includes entry, lunch and materials.