ED Roundtable: Nonprofit Series
June 2 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
One event on Jun 2, 2020 at 3:30 pm
One event on Sep 15, 2020 at 8:00 am
One event on Nov 17, 2020 at 3:30 pm
February 11: Productivity – how to balance lots of buckets and be effective and efficient
This session is designed to help Executive Directors with one of their most difficult areas – juggling many balls and ensuring that the most critical priorities are successfully addressed. Having experience running both non-profit organizations and businesses, and consulting with both sectors for many years, Cotton Cleveland will provide strategies and tips for getting the most out of your limited timeRSVP now!
June 2: How to Report Impact When Your Work is Hard to Measure
Funders today, whether individual or institutional, want to know that their philanthropic investments are making a real difference. For many organizations, that can be hard to show. Not every organization has easy-to-measure outcomes. Elisabeth Marx has guided many Vermont non-profit organizations through the challenge of showing impact and shared their excitement when they are able to demonstrably show how their work is changing lives in the community. She will share some of the ways in which you might tackle this in your own organization.RSVP now!
September 15: Campaigns: what you need to know to plan for one
Non-profit organizations considering taking on a significant fund drive – whether capital or comprehensive campaign or more narrow funding initiative – needs to know whether they are really prepared and what the best ways might be to approach doing one. Maryann Lindberg has helped organizations of all sizes get ready for and carry out successful campaigns. She will share some of the key elements that need to be in place to succeed, as well as the various types of campaigns that you might want to consider.RSVP now!
November 17: Effectively Managing Volunteers: best practices for attracting, recruiting, and retaining good volunteers
Volunteers can help an organization do things it could never do otherwise, carrying out tasks that take advantage of unique skill-sets or that staff simply cannot do because of a lack of time. But managing volunteers can be time-consuming and requires specific strategies in order for the relationship to be productive and enjoyable for both the volunteer and the organization. Staff members of the Monadnock RSVP Volunteer Center have years of experience successfully managing volunteers in this region, and will be sharing specific strategies and tactics to ensure the best volunteer program for your organization.RSVP now!