2013 From MISSION to SERVICE
A Program on Mission-Based Leadership and Organization Development
Module I: March 17-20, 2013
Module II: October 27-30, 2013
As a leader of a Catholic Charities organization, you are engaged in vital work with a powerful purpose. Yet, you know too well that along with all of the opportunities to make a difference in our world, there are overwhelming challenges facing Catholic Charities today.
Through a unique collaboration, the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business and Catholic Charities USA have teamed up to offer you a comprehensive two-part program to build the effectiveness of its leaders and organizations.
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What you will learn
Through this comprehensive program, participants will be able to:
- Develop a vision for their organization that reflects a faith-based mission
- Understand how the rich heritage of Catholic social teaching supports their work today
- Incorporate the principle of faith-based mission as their organization’s strategic driver
The program examines how faith-based mission imprints decisionmaking, leadership, and organizational practices. With distinguished and committed faculty, the program will provide frameworks and practical insights through instruction, discussion, reflection and action learning. The program design is grounded on how the Catholic mission animates, energizes and guides leadership and organization systems for both immediate and long-term performance.
Faculty and Staff
Instruction is provided by Notre Dame faculty in business and theology, as well as other national leaders.
For maximum effect, this program is designed for senior leaders of Catholic Charities organizations. This program enrolls only teams from Catholic Charities agencies. Each team of no less than three and no more than five members must include a board member and the chief officer.
Enrollment and Program Costs
This program is offered exclusively for the leaders and board members of Catholic Charities. All costs for the program other than travel and lodging expenses are underwritten by the University of Notre Dame, and instruction is provided pro-bono by faculty.
We ask that when participants apply, they commit to full attendance at and engagement in all parts of the program. For this reason, a noncancellation, refundable deposit of $1,000 is required for each agency at the time of enrolling. Agencies attending the program will receive a full refund of the deposit; those agencies that cancel will forfeit their deposit.
Participants will be responsible for their own travel and lodging at the Morris Inn on the Notre Dame campus.
For additional information, contact Troy Zeigler at (703) 236-6239.