Designing an Effective and Inclusive Onboarding Experience

The importance of making new employees feel valued and respected right from the start cannot be overstated. Prioritizing onboarding fosters a sense of engagement, inclusion, and belonging, setting both new […]

Ethical Spaces: A Framework for Indigenous Relations

Willie Ermine (Sturgeon Lake First Nations) defines Ethical Spaces as “when two societies with disparate worldviews are poised to engage each other.” In this primer on Ethical spaces, learn the […]

Budgeting for Grants and Fundraising: Planning and Development Considerations

Are you getting ready to start your budget planning for the next fiscal year? Thinking about exploring and diversifying your organization’s revenue sources? Navigating through planning work while simultaneously balancing […]

Addressing Roadblocks, Speed bumps, and Detours to DEI: Identifying Resistance and Helping Groups Move Towards Change

Is your group stuck having the same conversations around diversity, equity, and inclusion? Despite numerous conversations, presentations, or trainings on the case for DEI? Does your group continue to navigate […]

Tapping Into the Power of a Presidential Election: How and Why 501(c)(3)s Should Educate and Advocate During Election Season 

Next year’s U.S. presidential election will capture the attention of millions of Americans. During that time, your organization may be faced with the choice of either swimming against the current […]

Fundraising in Times of Uncertainty

We’re operating in uncertain economic times and it’s difficult to know the scope and impact of the challenges we face with the looming possibility of a recession ahead. Successful fundraising […]

Caring for Ourselves and Our Communities in Chaotic Times

As the climate crisis intensifies, we as change-agents must learn how to move through difficult feelings like grief, disappointment, anger, and frustration to prevent illness and burnout. To do this, […]

Is Racial Justice an Environmental Issue?: A Continued Conversation of Anti-Blackness in Conservation

Join Karlyn Bradley, Founder/CEO of The High Priestess Consulting Company LLC and TREC as they take a deep dive exploring the question what is the role, if any, of Racial […]

Volunteer Management

Properly managing and developing volunteers is an essential but often overlooked opportunity. A strong volunteer pool can increase engagement into your cause, add visibility to your organization, and serve as […]

Working Across Generations, we can work it out!

Unlocking the strengths of multi-generational workplaces is essential, and sometimes challenging, work. In this webinar, we will explore practices to build understanding, slay age-ist stereotypes, and leverage the value of diversity across decades.

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