SAMPLES OF WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS & INTENDED AUDIENCES TO ASSIST YOU IN COMPLETING YOUR WORKSHOP INFORMATION.
Storytelling to Build Relationships
Workshop Description: Everyone wants to engage their staff, boards and
donors. We all search for ways to bring people together into a shared vision
and entice them into action. Personal stories used in a business context can be
a powerful tool to build relationships and motivate people to act. Learn how
your stories can engage your constituencies and practice structures and
presentation techniques to make you a more dynamic leader.
Intended Audience: Anyone who is in a position of leadership or
management who wants to create a more compelling message. New leaders, emerging
How to Craft a Winning Online Fundraising Plan
Workshop Description: The online fundraising landscape is constantly
evolving. While engagement strategies and donation processes may change, online
giving is here to stay. Come explore the essential elements of an online
fundraising plan. Learn how to create or update your existing plan and
incorporate it into your annual giving strategy. Topics will include donation
pages, metrics, social media, email, mobile, and more. Walk through each aspect
of an effective plan while you assess your own fundraising efforts.
Intended Audience: Experienced nonprofit staff and development leaders
intersted in advancing your digital fundraising efforts.
When Your Normal is My
Trigger: Working Successfully Across Multiple Generations in the Workplace and the Link to White
Presenter 1 & Presenter 2, Organizations
Workshop Description: Your organization, board, volunteers, and funders
represent a wide diversity of generations working together. Leading in today’s
workplace means we must improve at attracting, motivating, retaining, and
refereeing across differences. Using the backdrop of Generational Understanding and Predictable Triggers, we will
re-frame communication across differences. We will also engage in actionable
conversations across other lines of difference, such as privilege and systemic
Intended Audience: Experienced leaders in any position and from any