Monday, November 12, 2012

Pictured: Dan Gould is now Associate Director of Alumni Relations at Loyola University Chicago, a position he credits his participation in the Leadership Institute (graduation pictured above) with helping him secure.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy recently highlighted ESC's Leadership Institute as a smart idea in nonprofit management. The program prepares aspiring nonprofit executive directors and senior management to assume leadership roles. 

The Leadership Institute is a collaborative program with the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN) of Chicago, and aims to address leadership gaps as the boomer generation retires by preparing up-and-coming talent with practical nonprofit management and governance knowledge. Program participants are paired one-on-one with an ESC Coach and professional mentor, participate in monthly roundtable discussions where they hear first-hand from current Executive Directors, and complete a group capstone project that encourages them to think from the perspective of the corner office. 

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The Chronicle is the No. 1 news source, both print and online, for nonprofit leaders, fund raisers and grant makers. It provides news, information, statistics, reports, and more for executives of organizations in all nonprofit sectors. 

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