We’re online! This workshop will be presented online through Zoom. All registrants will receive the access link and password via email the day before the event. The Johnson Center’s Nonprofit Board Certification program offers guidance for those serving or planning to serve on nonprofit boards. This engaging online training will
Nonprofits are facing unprecedented challenges as the world adjusts in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. Thursdays with Tamela provides a safe place for nonprofit executives to find support and answers as we navigate this trying time.
We all know the tried and true practices for fund development, but how are we keeping up in today's rapidly-changing world? This workshop led by Jason Franklin and Tamela Spicer will energize seasoned professionals by helping develop a deeper awareness and understanding of the changing landscape of giving across the country... and around
Sharing a relevant, meaningful story is key to the success of any organization. It can be a beacon for the success of your mission; the more defined your story is, the brighter your beacon becomes. This hands-on workshop with Tamela Spicer will help you identify your organization's best story and explore ways to share
While nonprofits have noble missions, we tend to spend the majority of our time and resources on programmatic triage, and we tend to neglect developing thorough strategies to help move the needle. Built around the Foraker Sustainability Model, this workshop covers four key aspects to keep your organization future focused.
The Nonprofit Board Certification Program offers guidance for those serving or planning to serve on nonprofit boards. This engaging training, led by Matthew Downey, provides opportunities for learning, discussion, and practice. Regardless of experience, you'll gain valuable knowledge on how to become a more strategic organizational leader.
One of the biggest challenges nonprofits face is finding qualified staff and making time to recruit them. However, nonprofits have long neglected one of their greatest tools for finding and testing new talent: volunteers. Join us as we discuss and explore how quality volunteer management can assist in solving your
We see reminders every day in our professional and personal lives why it is important to have a global perspective. Two amazing leaders who represent West Michigan-based international NGOs will share their challenges, successes and why having a global perspective is critically important to their work. We will discuss issues