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Executive Leadership

NeighborWorks Achieving Excellence Program:

Applying the power of revolutionary thinking and performance
 

The NeighborWorks Achieving Excellence
Achieving Excellence classroom from October 2015
Program is a performance-driven organizational investment opportunity for seasoned executive directors and senior staff of nonprofit organizations. Through NeighborWorks America's collaboration with a prestigious university partner and with lead program architect Douglas K. Smith, organizational performance and learning expert and author of Make Success Measurable!, you will be privileged to take part in a performance program unlike any other — one that assists you in taking your skills and knowledge to a level you may not have thought possible. Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government has been selected as our Executive Education partner for the next session of Achieving Excellence.

The application deadline for the next Achieving Excellence class has passed.

Candidates will be notified of decisions by May 31.

The health tools are offered through the Success Measures Data System, our unique web-based platform that can help you plan, manage, and document all phases of your evaluation work. You can select tools off-the-shelf or customize and modify them to suit your needs.
Contact us for subscription options for your organization.

About Achieving Excellence

At the beginning of this intensive program, you will select a specific and significant challenge facing your organization — a challenge whose solutions can dramatically change not only how your organization operates, but also provide the impetus for change in the entire industry.
·         Overview
·         What You Can Expect to Get Out of the Series
·         How Much Time Will It Take
·         What We Look For in a Candidate
·         When and How Do I Apply?
·         Program Cost
·         Case Studies and Profiles
·         Download a Program Brochure [PDF]

Achieving Excellence is made possible by the generous support of our sponsors:

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Training & Services

For more information, contact:

(800) 438-5547
(202) 760-4000
aeprograms@nw.org