The Leadership and Management for Nonprofit Professionals is a one-year online fellowship program for young professionals and emerging leaders in nonprofit organizations. This fellowship program is designed to prepare nonprofit professionals in taking on leadership roles that will enable them to effectively forward their organizations’ causes.
Designed for leaders in the local government, the course aims to provide a space and time for young public leaders to look back at their leadership journey, using this reflection as an impetus to learning important competencies that can deepen their commitment, and propel them to serve their communities with greater impact.
This course is designed for individuals from the local government who are interested in creating sustainable and livable communities through an interdisciplinary approach. Anchored on the urban development issues that arose during the COVID-19 pandemic, the course will discuss both theory and practice with emphasis on real-life cases and problems that towns and cities face in the period after the pandemic. This will touch on policy, innovation, governance, design, politics, public finance and implementation challenges.
Designed for local government and public health leaders, the course is geared towards enhancing capacities of LGU officials to equip them with the knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA) for good governance practices towards better health and other social outcomes especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The course is designed to help LGUs address strategic and systemic challenges to build resilient local health systems that are able to provide responsive, sustainable, and equitable public health programs and services.
Designed for leaders in the public and development sectors, the course will impart the basic framework of adaptive leadership to manage complex change and to navigate through difficult community behavior and engagements in times of crisis. The course will feature exemplary leaders who will share their experiences and best practices in addressing technical and adaptive challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis.