Leadership & Management
Rae Linefsky from C3 Consulting moderates the discussion about leadership capacity. Panelists include David Garza of Henry Street Settlement, Linda Lausell Bryant of Inwood House, and Julie Shapiro of The Door.
NEW! This new edition details the significant improvements in management practice that have taken place in recent years.
Nonprofit consultants and authors Chataun Denis and Jim Horan answer questions about creating usable, living, nonprofit business plans.
This Q&A explores the right way to offer attractive pay and benefits and features Pete Smith (Smith Compensation Consulting) and Deborah Davidson (BoardSource).
Learn to employ a step-by-step checklist approach to assess your new nonprofit's readiness for foundation fundraising.
Aprenda el proceso básico de planificación para lograr diversificar las fuentes de apoyo financiero de su organización.
This brief recording captures the key concepts of the course. For more expansive discussion of the topic, we suggest attending a live webinar or in-person session. Note the recording is captioned for individuals with hearing impairments.
Learn how social media ambassadors can add value to your online activities.
Learn how to add social engagement skills to your executive toolkit.
Is your nonprofit struggling to secure donations from your board of directors? Are you having a tough time getting them to open doors to potential donors, funders, and partners? Then join us for this highly practical, tactical workshop where expert fundraiser Darian Rodriguez Heyman shares concrete tips and tools designed to help your organization get more dollars in the door. Learn how to engage your board in a process that clarifies exactly what’s expected of each member and how your team can support board member fundraising efforts. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to usher in the next chapter for your nonprofit!
Recent reports on the demographics of the nonprofit sector show that 68% of nonprofit employees are female, as are 60% of nonprofit executives. At a time of unrest and division WQW throughout the country, it is important to ensure that the perspectives of the sector’s diversity are leverage toward inclusion efforts. To kick off National Women’s Month, Foundation Center has convened a panel of women leaders in the nonprofit sector to share their experiences and advice on creating more inclusive organizations. We invite you to join us and submit questions for our panelists in advance through this link.
Recognizing and recruiting talent regardless of individual difference is key to achieving diversity. However, ensuring a diverse workforce is not enough-organizations must be intentional in working to ensure that all team members feel welcome and valued. To be successful, organizations need to step back and look at the environment they are offering to potential candidates. We’ve convened a panel of experienced nonprofit and public executives for an interactive discussion on the steps needed to progress from diversity to inclusion. Join us on March 9th for a practical, tactical webinar on how to create an inclusive environment in your organization.
Data helps create a solid foundation for strategic program and organizational planning. Moreover, funders increasingly ask nonprofits about how data is used to maximize charitable investments. But not all data is useful, and some data may bury your organization or program’s intended impacts. So how do we determine what data is critical to our goals and plans? We invite you to join us for a practical, tactical webinar lead by Idealware on March 16, 2017 where data collection experts will share their 10 tips for measuring the performance and impact of programs through data.
Does your organization need help directing its fundraising efforts? Planning focuses your organization by setting fundraising priorities and helps give board members a roadmap to success.