Leap

Registration for the 2020-2021 Leap year is now open!

 

This program is intended for Executive Directors and senior Management

 

Leap - Management Skills Development

  • Professional development

Further your career development and become well-trained to lead a sustainable and successful organization. 

  • Network with peers

Learn in a small group environment with other up-and-coming Executive Directors/Managers in the nonprofit sector.

  • Enhance management skills

Leap is a management skills development program that provides practical information, principles, best practices and tips in a variety of management areas.

Leap to Organizational Success!

Through a wide range of topics, Leap builds well-rounded nonprofit Executive Directors/Managers with a diverse set of management skills and abilities. Leap consists of nine modules (sessions), click on the "Leap Sessions" Tab for more details on each module.

 


As a requirement of CLSD COMPASS funding, SARC must report on training satisfaction rates. As a result, we ask that all Learners complete individual program evaluations immediately upon finishing any training, as well as within 3-4 months of completion. Your feedback will also be used to ensure that SARC continues to provide the best training possible.

What are the benefits of Leap?

For Learners:

  • Presents practical information, principles, best practices, and tips in a variety of management areas, and provides the tools to implement these principles into their leadership and daily management style.
  • Gives the opportunity to increase their leadership and management skills in a variety of areas (i.e. communication, branding and promotions, human resources, etc.).
  • Provides valuable resource material and handbooks to take with them and reference throughout their career.
  • Networking opportunities – Networking that comes from working and learning with the same group of learners at each Leap session. Who better to learn from than those going through the same experiences?  Past graduates have stated their appreciation for peer-based learning, saying that it was advantageous to be in a group for networking purposes, to listen and ask questions of others in the group, and to hear ideas on how to handle situations in the workplace that others have been through.
  • Encourages continuous learning and further career development.
  • Opens doors for career advancement within the organization.

For the organization:

  • Results in a well-trained Executive Director/Manager, leading to a successful organization and increasing organizational capacity and sustainability.
  • Provides an immediate return on investment as Executive Directors/Managers implement the skills and principles learned in all sessions.
  • Increases the likelihood of achieving and maintaining a standard of excellence within the organization and the supports provided to clients.
  • Promotes further organizational awareness and knowledge of current management principles and best practices.
  • Can be considered an integral part of an organization’s internal succession and leadership development plan.
  • Translates to a healthy organization and successful client and service outcomes.

Learners also receive: 

  • Certificate of Completion – Upon completion of all Leap sessions, in their entirety, Leap Graduates will receive a Certificate of Completion and be recognized for their commitment to leadership.
  • SARC training discount – All Leap Graduates will receive 10% off future in-person training events attended through SARC (some restrictions apply).

Leap Sessions

All Leap sessions are instructed by knowledgeable Facilitators and will include valuable resource material, interactive discussions, and learning exercises aimed at increasing competencies in essential skills of nonprofit management.

There are nine modules (sessions) in Leap:

Please note that to become a Leap Graduate you must attend all sessions in their entirety. 

Leap Facilitators

If you are interested in learning more about our Leap Facilitators, click here

Pricing for the 2020-2021 Leap year is as follows:

Full Leap program:

  • SARC Member Agency $2,700

  • Other Organization $2,940 + GST

Costs also include the Learner Handbook provided at each session, as well as lunch.

COMPASS eligible organizations: You may send two people from your organization under COMPASS per year - full Leap program only. 

 

Please see the COMPASS Training Package Terms and Conditions Agreement. By using your COMPASS Promo/Coupon code, you agree to these terms.

 

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant

Leap qualifies for the Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant (CSJG). You may be eligible for the CSJG.

For more information, please click here.

Registration for the full Leap program is now open!

 

We are pleased to bring the Leap program to Saskatoon and Regina for the 2020-2021 year!

 

NOTE: Saskatoon Leap sessions are now FULL!  

Saskatoon:

  • How Managers Communicate and Lead: September 29, 2020
  • Employee and Labour Relations Basics: October 14, 2020
  • Recruitment and Retention: November 4, 2020
  • Employee Accountability: November 26, 2020
  • Governance: January 7, 2021
  • Branding, Promotions, and Engagement: January 28, 2021
  • Financial Responsibilities: February 9, 2021
  • Legislation Impacting the Employment Relationship: March 9, 2021
  • Fostering an Effective Team: April 6, 2021

Regina:

  • How Managers Communicate and Lead: October 1, 2020
  • Employee and Labour Relations Basics: October 29, 2020
  • Recruitment and Retention: November 10, 2020
  • Employee Accountability: December 9, 2020
  • Governance: January 13, 2021
  • Branding, Promotions, and Engagement: February 2, 2021
  • Financial Responsibilities: February 24, 2021
  • Legislation Impacting the Employment Relationship: March 11, 2021
  • Fostering an Effective Team: April 21, 2021

Sessions

  • Leap program - Regina

    Oct 01, 2020 - Apr 21, 2021

    4177 Albert Street, Regina

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  • "The materials are informative and great to refer to when you get back to your own office, as well the learning exercises are easy to follow and good to use with your own staff."

    Ronda Johnson, 2019 Leap Graduate
  • “The Leap experience was very positive. I feel that I learned a great deal that applies to my working situation. The chance to network with others in our sector was very helpful. I believe that I am better equipped to move forward.”

    2017 Leap Graduate
  • "Leap provides the opportunity for people to better understand their role as a manager/leader. It provides technical and best practice tools that set people up for success and easily shareable knowledge that can be taken back to workplaces. Thank you for providing the opportunity it is hugely beneficial."

    Danielle Lingelbach, 2019 Leap Graduate