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Finance for Non-financial Board Members

FREE WEBINAR: 

What​: A 60-minute FREE webinar that provides an introduction to finance for non-financial board members.

Who: Board members, committee members, volunteers and staff

What will you learn: The board or any nonprofit organization has the responsibility to make sure that the nonprofit (a) has the funds necessary to enact its mission and (b) spends those funds in pursuit of the mission. Therefore, having a basic understanding of the financial workings of a nonprofit organization is key. In this short webinar you will be introduced to key nonprofit financial terms and rules, understand how to read a nonprofit budget and what the Form 990 is and why it is important.

Building Your Nonprofit Board

FREE WEBINAR: 

What​: A 60-minute FREE webinar that provides a series of tools to begin to build your board

Who: Board members, committee members, and staff

What will you learn: In order to build your board you first need to understand what skills and expertise your nonprofit has and needs. Then you need to devise a strategy to fill those gaps. In this tool packed free webinar, you will be introduced to assessment and analysis tools and online resources to help you identify who you need on your board and then go out and find them.

The Art of Debate and Dissent: What to do when you Disagree

FREE WEBINAR: 

What​: A 60-minute FREE webinar that gives you the skills to deal with conflict during nonprofit board and staff meetings

Who: Board members, committee members, and staff

What will you learn: Cognitive conflict is healthy because it creates debate, discussion and innovative, creative thought. However, many of our meetings descend into affective conflict, which is destructive and usually leads to a win/lose - or sometime a lose/lose - outcome. This free webinar will provide you with skills and techniques to deal with meeting based conflict (overt as well as passive/aggressive) and understand how to use conflict as a mutually beneficial development tool and not a stressful battle-of-the-wills.

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