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Faith and Management Week

You may combine Leading a Vibrant Faith Community I  with Leading a Vibrant Faith Community II  in Faith & Management Week. When taken consecutively, these programs are offered at an additional discounted rate. Contact us for specific scholarship rates.


Leading a Vibrant Faith Community I
Combining the academic rigor of Kellogg’s world-renowned faculty with the expertise of leading faith-based practitioners, this two-day executive education program will provide leaders with cutting edge theory in leadership, strategy, and volunteer management, building an effective relationship with their board or advisory group, and understanding organizational culture.

Leading a Vibrant Faith Community II
Building on Leading a Vibrant Faith Community I, this program will allow participants to take a deeper dive in management education and explore complex topics such as team building, conflict resolution, and change management.

This program will be held at the James. L. Allen Center in Evanston, IL.

Upcoming Sessions

Who Should Attend:
This program is designed as a non-denominational learning experience and is therefore open to senior and associate leaders of all faith communities. This is an ideal opportunity for teams of leaders from the same faith community to attend together.

Program Content:
  1. Leadership Today
  2. Leading Intergenerational Collaboration in Ministry
  3. Tracked Sessions:
    1. Track 1 (for Associate/Assistant Leaders)
      1. Leading Without Formal Authority
      2. Engaging Volunteers
    2. Track 2 (for Senior Leaders)
      1. Motivating through Culture
      2. Leveraging the Relationship with the Board
    Who Should Attend:
    This program is designed as a non-denominational learning experience and is therefore open to senior and associate leaders of all faith communities. This is an ideal opportunity for teams of leaders from the same faith community to attend together.


    Program Content
    1. Leadership Reflections
    2. Team Building
    3. Conflict Resolution
    4. Change Management
    Location and AccommodationsThis program will be held at the James L. Allen Center, located at 2169 Campus Drive in Evanston, IL.  This is a residential program and participants will stay on campus at the Allen Center for the duration of the program.

    Cost
    :  The tuition for this program is $1,800 per person, which includes all lodging, meals, and program materials.  Scholarships are available for this program, as the Kellogg School Center for Nonprofit Management does not want financial burden to inhibit learning.  For more information on scholarships, call 847-491-3415.

    Application Deadline:
      The deadline for registration is 10:00am on January 22, 2015.
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