After over a year of virtual meetings in sweatpants, long discussions of “unprecedented times”, the “new normal”, career changes, six feet apart, pivoting… you get the idea… we are all a little changed… and so is the social sector.
What has the social sector learned from the last 16 months and how do we use those lessons as a forward looking force for the future? Drop in or stay all day for professional development that discusses the Power of the Past – Force of the Future from various nonprofit perspectives and includes a panel on “Making Moves!” for those who have experienced or considered career changes as a result of these “unprecedented times”.
Location: Zoom (will be emailed to all registrants before the event)
Full Schedule Coming Soon!
Fundraising from Where You Are
Eddie Mehta with Junior Achievement of Arizona
We often hear about this idea of a “Culture of Philanthropy,” meaning everyone in an organization is supporting fundraising efforts. But what does that mean for our non-fundraisers? Join this session for tips and tricks on how everyone can support their organization’s financial health regardless of your position.
Panel: Making Moves!
Panelists: Noah Wolf, Jarrett Ransom, Thomas Barr, Jaclyn Pederson, and Monica Trejo
It’s coming… The Great Resignation. As the country begins to rebound from 2020, many professionals are re-evaluating how they want to spend their time, and for many that means leaving their current employer. A recent article in Forbes reports that resignations are happening most frequently among mid- career professionals. But what does this look like in the nonprofit sector? Join us for an open dialogue with four Phoenix nonprofit professionals to see what they think the Great Resignation means for our community, how to make the most of your next move, and what organizations can be doing right now to keep their young, talented professionals.
Metrics: Rule Your Results
Jenn Dimeck with Four Leaf Accounting
Measuring your progress towards a goal shouldn’t be daunting. Whether we realize it or not, we all live by the adage, “Those who do not learn from history are destined to repeat it.” Let’s take advantage of the current disruption to learn how to measure our past results in a way that allows us to course-correct our future. In this workshop, you will learn:
1. The important metrics for organizations at every stage of development
2. How to marry program outcomes with financial data
3. How to use metrics to make decisions in every area of nonprofit management