When operating during unprecedented times, it is difficult to know the scope and impact of the challenges you face. In this session, Ellie Stanley and Katie Davis talk about how to plan for year-end fundraising while considering current and possible circumstances, and how having a solid and actionable plan, along with accurate income projections, will set you up for success.
In this webinar on mindfulness, Dr. Larry Ward of The Lotus Institute introduces and talks about the Earth Holder archetype, and shares resources for practices that will sustain you for the long-haul. As we understand our role as an Earth Holder and our importance for the future, we can also learn to sustain and grow ourselves through new “eco-spirituality” practices and actions.
Virtual events will be with us for the long haul, and it’s critical to do them soon, well, and professionally. Do Good Events’ Marika Holmgren, CEO and Founder, and Stephanie Alston, Lead Producer, will join their partner and client, Yanira Castro, Communications Director with Outdoor Afro to share practical skills and tools, including the why, the how, the how much, and the when, of virtual events.
In this webinar, veteran facilitators Suzanne Hawkes and Andrea Reimer walk through a set of principles and practical tips for designing and facilitating virtual meetings and gatherings to be more effective, engaging, equitable, and life-giving.
Supervision can be a daunting charge where fears of low staff morale, or even staff attrition, and not bringing our best selves, loom large. What are the practices to build your capacity to be an effective supervisor? This webinar reviews key practices such as self-awareness, consciousness of power dynamics, consistency, and clear communication to support your development as a supervisor.
Supporting Your Staff to Bring Their Best: Practices to Supercharge Your Staff’s Potential, Foster Their Growth, and Spark Resilience
In this webinar, we cover skills and practices to support your staff to be and feel effective, focusing on not only what they are doing but how they are leveraging strategies to stay in the work for the long-term. We walk through practices to support your staff’s ongoing development, which is an increasing priority amongst staff and a foundation for keeping everyone engaged and motivated. We also cover skills and practices to help staff support their well-being and build their resilience.
With so much happening so quickly, we have all had to make many adjustments. And it is not over yet. In this webinar we gather and offer some ideas on working with uncertainty and stress, supporting our ability to focus and keep in touch with possibility as we move in our days, and enhancing our connection to each other and fostering a sense of community during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this webinar, we show the power of feedback. We demystify what it really is, provide key skills in both giving and receiving feedback, and share ideas on how to create a practice in your organization that supports developing a feedback-rich culture that people can learn to love.
This webinar explores how much you can do from a 501(c)(3) organization. We discuss when and how you can comment on candidate statements and policies; what messaging you can use in voter registration and GOTV efforts; best practices for engaging with candidates; what you, as a c3 staffer, can do in your personal capacity; and more.
Would you like to spend less time addressing personnel issues and more time focusing on your work in the world? If you’ve been a supervisor for decades or less than a year, this webinar helps you and your team operate with greater clarity, trust, and accountability.