Programs

 

 

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Why the NLIGC?

•Hands-on, interactive lectures are provided by professional leaders from our region's companies and graduate institutions.

•Develop organizational and personal skills critical to your future success at any level, regardless of time or monetary constraints.

•Grow your organization’s success with industry tailored strategic planning and personnel development.

•Build your network with other greater Cincinnati nonprofit, government and industry leaders and continue to foster those relationships via networking events.

 

EXCEL, Camp Joy, Training

Here's What Our Alumni Are Saying About Our Programs: 

“The mentoring was invaluable in enhancing my leadership skills and potential within my agency. (My coach) provided me insight into how to develop a more visionary focus in taking our efforts to a new level. This experience has really shaped my abilities to transform my staff and programs to remain competitive in an uncertain marketplace.”

~ EXCEL alumnus 

 

EXCEL was a very good program.  It allowed me to see where I was as a leader and also where I had the opportunity to make some changes.  I am quiet by nature so I am always working to ensure my voice is heard even in tough situations.  EXCEL taught me a lot about how to continue to lead and work to make changes at all times."

  

"I was provided a wealth of valuable information to use at my agency.  I use the tools I was provided with on a daily basis.  I  especially valued the opportunity to have a Coach."

                                                                                                                                                            ~ EXCEL alumnus

 

"A leadership course that gets to your core style and gives practical information to work on you & your staff." 

~ ADVANCE alumnus

Over 170 Organizations Have Attended the NLIGC including...

 

  • 4C for Children
  • Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati
  • Big Brothers/Big Sisters Association of Cincinnati
  • Jewish Vocational Services
  • Camp Joy
  • Lighthouse Youth Services
  • Catholic Charities, Diocese of Covington
  • NorthKey Community Care
  • Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Phi Delta Theta Foundation
  • Cincinnati Museum Center
  • PreventionFIRST!
  • Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio
  • Ronald McDonald House
  • Easter Seals
  • Shelterhouse
  • Freestore Foodbank
  • Tender Mercies
  • Health Care Available Now (HCAN)
  • UC Economics Center
  • HELP Program
  • United Way of Greater Cincinnati
  • Housing Opportunities Made Equal
  • Welcome House Northern Kentucky

John Hauck

John is the Business Development Coordinator for the Nonprofit Leadership Institute of Greater Cincinnati. John is employed at Talbert House, which collaborates with OneSource Center for Nonprofit Excellence to recruit and coordinate participants in NLIGC. Prior to joining NLIGC, John was both an attorney at law (handling litigation) and a housing developer in Over-the-Rhine. He has organized and led (as President and CEO) several nonprofit corporations in OTR during his career, two of which are now part of MercyHealth, and he participated in developing the Master Plan for the community. John also has sat upon the boards of many other city-wide organizations, including Talbert House, the Cincinnati Museum Center, and Bog Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati. More recently, he has been a board member of Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation. John is excited to assist in the leadership and management programs of NLIGC.