Moving Forward: The Post Covid-19 Resiliency Series is The Nonprofit Center’s recovery package for nonprofits. We are continuing what we do right to support the nonprofit sector in restoring and continuing what it does so well. We’ve all been changed by a global event that also has had profound local impact. By combining the factors that have traditionally defined us with the ability to pivot and adapt, we will emerge and continue to fulfill our missions. To help in this process, we have created a series of videos (ranging in length from 15 to 45 minutes) in the key areas of communications, finance, fundraising, human resources, and organizational structure.
This impactful board training is the first step in appreciating the objective and true roles and responsibilities that the job of board member requires.
This class will show you practical strategies for reaching the vast audience that is your virtual marketing with visually compelling messages about your organization. Rather than a hands-on video production tutorial, this class focuses on tools and techniques that you can explore outside the classroom and how you can apply proven approaches to creating engaging videos while protecting the limits of your nonprofit budget.
Make sure you offer an effective orientation experience that doesn’t assume that new board members know everything they need to about the mission, culture, background, history of the organization and about the job of a board member for this point in time at your organization.
Get the essential framework for understanding the major human resources responsibilities in nonprofits, with focus on legal issues.
Explore the essence of nonprofit leadership while looking at the leadership styles of others, to develop an understanding of the traits that make for successful leaders, distinguishing them from managers.
Learn proven tools, approaches, techniques, and ideas that are customizable to the evaluation of a wide range of programs within your organization.
Identify, design and run successful events at the right time, with the right volunteer mix, to support your overall development goals
Has the board lost momentum? Is there a member who likes to stir up trouble or dominate meetings? Have some members forgotten or gotten away from their legal, ethical and fiduciary responsibilities? Are they neglecting what their job really is - governing, overseeing finances, fundraising? Are they doing the executive director’s job instead? Once the honeymoon is over and there’s some trouble shooting to be done to get (back) on track, how do you proceed judiciously and whose role is it? This webinar will provide the answers.
Learn how to read and interpret financial statements, separate financial duties and responsibilities and allocate expenses accurately.
Understand the fundamental principles of marketing and its various components so that you can apply them to your nonprofit.
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