Mar 17: People Planning for Nonprofits

vectorstock_1324882Feeling frustrated that everyone else’s board seemed to have it more together? Worried whether or not your board – and staff – are doing everything they need to be doing? Do you have other questions related to your organization and its people?

If so, we have some answers to your questions!

In this 2-part workshop, you’ll learn about the different roles of board members, as well as about behaviors and how they affect outcomes.

In the FIRST PART of this workshop,

  • We’ll cover the ideal separation of duties between board members and staff.
  • And we’ll pay particular attention to the 3 primary duties of board members: duty of care, duty of loyalty and duty of obedience.

In the SECOND PART of this workshop, you’ll learn how to answer these important
questions:

  • What is it about us that prevents us from collaborating at our highest level? (It’s not what you think. And it’s not your fault.)
  • Are you aware of the myriad behaviors in your organization and how they affect organizational outcomes?
  • Would you be willing to become more aware in order to be more transformative in your organizations?

With these Learning Objectives:

  • Understand our human nature and how it gets in the way of better thinking, successful collaboration and greater communication.
  • Experience some tools that when used will set the stage for greater collaboration and better communications….to be your best.
  • Take what you experience back to your organizations and inspire others to be their best.

Details:

Date: Tuesday, March 17, 1:30 – 4:30pm ET
Location: American Printing House for the Blind, 1839 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, KY 40206

Enter Your Information Below to Register for this Free Workshop!

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About Your Speakers:

Steve Haber:

Steve Haber HeadshotSteve Haber is a leader in assessing and understanding behavior and employee motivation and the methodologies needed to creatively transform our workforces for better results. He helps individuals grow and increase satisfaction, and companies thrive by raising culture, increasing engagement, reducing costs, and improving the bottom line.

He is an architect, a workshop and team facilitator, executive coach, and a personal development trainer, and assists business owners and executives obtain the information they need to make great people decisions.

When not working with people Steve plays piano and constantly searches for a new stream to fly fish.

Kirsten Bullock:

Kirsten BullockKirsten Bullock, CFRE, MBA is an author, trainer and coach who works with entrepreneurial leaders of nonprofits and ministries to help them increase their awareness, involve more people in their organizations and ultimately raise more money. She earned her designation as a Certified Fund Raising Executive in 2002. A consultant since 2008, she has worked with health care organizations, social service providers, national and local ministries, and international membership associations.

Kirsten is an AFP Master Trainer, is the author of Simple Steps to Fundraising Success and the general editor of The Essential Fundraising Handbook for Small Nonprofits. She is a licensed fund raising consultant in Kentucky and holds degrees in social work and business. When not working to equip and empower people in the nonprofit sector, Kirsten sculpts, is attempting to learn to speak Danish and enjoys living in historic New Albany, Indiana.

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