Organizational Management

 

Given TDC's long involvement with organizations of all sizes and types, it is only logical that we offer Management Services to organizations seeking temporary or contract leadership.  TDC Principals have decades of management experience and can assist your efforts with a variety of services in a cost effective way.  Give us a call and let's see if we can help you implement your vision.  Just a couple of examples of organizations we manage follow below.

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ELEVATE ILLINOIS



Stronger Together

ELEVATE ILLINOIS recognizes that Illinois is at its best when the whole state is strengthened and that Illinois citizens have much more in common than what divides them. From Rockford to Cairo, Quincy to Danville, Peoria to Carbondale - a strong vibrant Illinois requires unity and a renewed focus on what is good in the state. Ultimately, the downstate communities need Chicago and the suburbs while Chicago and the suburbs need downstate communities.

​ELEVATE ILLINOIS was formed on this premise and currently operates as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The organization’s mission is to educate and unite the 95 Illinois counties which lie outside of the Chicago Metropolitan Planning area while enhancing the state of Illinois as a whole.

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EDGAR FELLOWS



The Edgar Fellows Program focuses on developing leadership and governing capacity in Illinois. It emphasizes the need to forthrightly address major policy issues without permitting partisan, ethnic and regional rivalries to trump statesmanship. It is designed to influence attitudes and foster mutual understanding. It holds the promise of facilitating bipartisan and cross-regional cooperation as class participants assume more influential public leadership roles. At no cost to them––other than transportation to and from Urbana-Champaign––Edgar Fellows participants participate in an intensive five-day executive leadership training program  on the campus of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.