Financial Analysis for Nonprofit Leaders

Financial position, robustness, and flexibility are all areas that are vitally important for effective nonprofit leadership. Leaders in nonprofit organizations must understand the drivers of these components of financial strength in order to be successful in pursuing their organizational missions.

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When and where

LocationDatePriceRegistration
June 23, 2017June 24, 2017$895Register
August 28, 2017September 22, 2017$1,050The online course requires the separate purchase of a textbook. Details provided at time of registration.Register

IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTE: Tuition payment is due before the class begins and may be paid by credit card, check, or purchase order. All cancellations and transfers are subject to an administrative fee of $275.

The Fund Raising School, an international leader in fundraising training and professional development, and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University, a nationally ranked leader in nonprofit management education, are pleased to announce this course offering. It is one of four required courses for the Certificate in Nonprofit Executive Leadership.

What this seminar is about

Through a unique collaboration, this high-quality, innovative, and affordable continuing education course will help you meet your professional goals. This seminar is designed for mid-level and upper-level nonprofit leaders and those aspiring to leadership positions in all areas of the nonprofit sector. The seminar includes topics of particular interest to fundraising professionals. No background in financial management is required.

Financial position, robustness, and flexibility are all areas that are vitally important for effective nonprofit leadership. Leaders in nonprofit organizations must understand the drivers of these components of financial strength in order to be successful in pursuing their organizational missions. This seminar will provide participants with a strong foundation in the following topics:

  • Dashboard financial objectives
  • Differences between businesses and nonprofits
  • Board dynamics
  • Financial strategies and revenue mix
  • Funding dynamics and the economy
  • Financial statements and financial ratio analysis
  • Budgeting, long-range financial planning, and policies
  • Cash flow management
  • Liability and risk management

Class schedule (in-person)

  • Day 1: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
  • Day 2: 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
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Class schedule (online)

The online course is four weeks in length and requires the separate purchase of a textbook.

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CEUs

  • 1.2 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)