Training: Management Series

Using the main principles of improvisational and traditional theater – presentation, positivity, and “making offers” – you can build a robust customer service program that directly integrates into the core mission of your organization.
A successful fundraising program is not just about the money. Yet as development professionals we MUST talk about money. This half-day workshop will support non-profit professionals in practicing the “art of the ask.”
Building on the skills and knowledge of the Fundraising 1.0 workshop, this second workshop emphasizes a donor-centered approach to developing a successful non-profit development program.
Learn to be a powerful presenter! Not everyone feels comfortable in front of a crowd. Whether it’s presenting an informal report, delivering a keynote speech, or simply speaking up during a meeting, finding your true and confident voice can be a challenge. Using a theater-derived approach and practical “on-your-feet” exercises, this workshop will give you the tools required to engage your audience with warmth, confidence and clarity.
Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness for your nonprofit. It is critical to maintaining a productive staff in the face of shifting and competing priorities. Strong supervision creates a culture of mutual respect in which employees and supervisors communicate regularly and clearly about job-related expectations, tasks and overall performance.
Many nonprofit leaders advance in their careers because of their “programmatic” excellence. Too often, however, the nonprofit leader’s career path leaves an “experience gap” when it comes to financial management. If this scenario resonates with you, then this workshop is for you.
Learn how to write a competitive, fundable grant in this lively and fun introduction to grant writing.
Successful supervisors skillfully adapt their own style to meet the needs of each individual they supervise. Decoding how much direction, feedback and autonomy staff needs is part of the equation. The other part is identifying and practicing supervisory skills and behaviors associated with styles that don’t necessarily come naturally.
Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness for your nonprofit. It is critical to maintaining a productive staff in the face of shifting and competing priorities. Strong supervision creates a culture of mutual respect in which employees and supervisors communicate regularly and clearly about job-related expectations, tasks and overall performance.
Leaders who establish sound financial management today will have more sustainable organizations tomorrow. We invite you to attend a workshop focused on financial management for nonprofit organizations.

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