Program Components

“One of my favorite things about the CRC Leadership program was having the ability to get to know dynamic leaders from a wide variety of nonprofits from around the state. The organizations were all different shapes, sizes, and mission focuses, however the passion that drives leaders in this industry was consistent and contagious. This was a wonderful experience!” – Ann-Marie Meighan, Class of 2015

Join the 2019 Leadership Cohort

Apply today to join the Leadership and Management Program. Application must be submitted by January 25, 2019. Acceptance letters, contracts, and scholarship awards will be mailed by March 1, 2019. Apply here.

2019 Required Program Sessions

  • April 4 & 5
  • May 8, 9 & 10 – Executive Retreat
  • June 6 & 7
  • Aug 8 & 9
  • Sept 26 & 27

Outdoor Team Building Leadership Retreat

The three-day wilderness retreat is the point at which personal awareness, professional confidence, and career priority setting take place. This rewarding adventure is suitable for everyone regardless of age, previous outdoor experience, athletic ability, or physical condition. All activities are “challenge by choice” and highlight individual leadership, problem-solving, and team-building styles. The Outdoor Retreat is experiential learning and teamwork at their best!

DiSC Profile Assessment

DiSC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork and communication. DiSC is non-judgmental and helps people discuss their behavioral differences. The DiSC model provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and to adapt their behaviors with others. As part of this program, you will be given this assessment tool and an opportunity to review your results with a certified DiSC Profile trainer. Learn more about DiSC Profile.

Coaching/Consulting

Program participants have the opportunity to connect with a qualified professional to provide one-on-one personalized support. Leaders choose between executive coaching or consulting based on their needs. This is a valuable opportunity for leaders to drill down on a specific issue they are working to resolve in their leadership position.

Grant Review/Feedback

Have the opportunity to have someone review and provide direct feedback on a draft or current grant application.

Nonprofit Management & Leadership Training

Leadership

  • Communication Styles
  • Personal challenge-by-choice experience
  • Telling Your Personal Leadership Story
  • Self-Care
  • Action Planning

Management

  • Board Governance
  • Fund Development
  • Financial Management
  • Advocacy & Systems Change
  • Human Resources & Supervision
  • Equity & Inclusion

Networking and Relationships

Relationship development, connection with peers, trainings delivered by sector leaders, funders, and alumni. With a network of over 700 nonprofit professionals who have participated in the program, we have built a strong alumni network of talented individuals with valuable resources. We hear time and time again from graduates that one of the most valuable outcomes of this program was the network of support from their peers. This is why we are working to leverage the power of this group by creating and sustaining the CRC Leadership Alumni Network.

Nonprofit Management Training Topics

  • Individual giving
  • Grant writing
  • Corporate partnerships
  • Financial management
  • Colorado giving trends
  • Board roles & responsibilities
  • Board engagement
  • Board fundraising
  • Organizational assessment

Tuition

The tuition for the program is $2,750. Limited, partial scholarships are available on a first come, first serve basis for those who qualify before the set deadline.

For more information, please contact:

Rebecca Gorrell, Director of Education & Leadership Development
303.623.1540 X100 or email hidden; JavaScript is required