|ADM 103: ADMINISTRATION OF NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS|
|This short course and workshop focuses on the various duties of the organization's chief executive officer and the attitudes, skills, and knowledge the CEO must possess to successfully perform the duties of a CEO.
This course is offered as a one-day lecture, discussion, and workshop course. The course is ideal for use as an executive-level retreat.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. appreciate the differences among non-profit, business, and governmental organizations, especially on the issue of accountability..
2. list and explain the twelve (or more) duties of the chief executive officer.
3. construct a list of attitudes essential to perform those duties.
4. construct a list of skills essential to perform those duties, and be introduced to the theories, methods and techniques associated with those skills.
5. construct a list of knowledge essential to perform those duties and identify means and methods to obtain that knowledge.
5. be aware of changes in the attitudes, skills, and knowledge that will be necessary over time and that that occur as the CEO moves from organization to organization throughout the CEO's professional career.
This course is recommended as a "retreat" session for chief executive officers, or as an orientation session for newly appointed chief executive officers. The course is also recommended for the administrative staff, members of the governing board, and chairpersons and members of personnel committees or CEO search committees.
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|To obtain further information or to schedule this course for your organization, contact
Dr. Gordon Neal Diem
ADVANCE Education and Development Institute
113 South Queen Street, Lancaster, PA 17603
1106 Arnette Avenue, Durham NC 27707