Join the NonProfit PRO Leadership Conference
Leading a successful nonprofit organization is far from easy, and being a nonprofit leader can be stressful. The decisions you make as an executive and as an organization affect a lot more than just staff. Your donors, your constituents, recipients of your work, your community, even the health of the world all depend on the wonderful work you do.
So in order to relieve some of the pressure and help any nonprofit professional become a better leader and run a more effective, efficient organization, NonProfit PRO is hosting its inaugural Nonprofit Leadership Conference. The conference takes place May 5 in Washington, D.C. View more details here and register here. Use the promo code NPPNEWS for $50 off the full registration price.
We've lined up five great speakers for the Leadership Conference:
- Larry C Johnson, philanthropy coach, speaker, author and founder of The Eight Principles
- Richard Rumsey, vice president of development and communications at Project HOPE
- Tracy-Elizabeth Clay, senior vice president, legal affairs, general counsel and board secretary of Teach for America
- Paul Bellantone, president and CEO of Promotional Products Association International
- Tarsha Calloway, director of executive engagement and integration of the American Cancer Society
At our conference, our speakers will tackle some of the most pressing issues nonprofit leaders face, including but not limited to:
- Shifting thinking from a scarcity mind-set to an opportunity mind-set
- Working with a difficult board
- Breaking down silos within an organization
- Seeking out untapped resources
- Dealing with legal issues
- Assessing risk
- Branding your organization
- Fostering collaboration
- Executive engagement and integration
- Six best practices for cultivating and sustaining executive-level relationships
- A three-tiered engagement model to optimize corporate partnerships
- And so much more
In addition to the five presentations, there will be a smaller roundtable session to discuss some of the hottest topics in the nonprofit sector.