Regional Nonprofit Leaders Series: Managing Through a Complete Service Disruption 9/18/20

Managing Through a Complete Service Disruption – Essential Considerations for Today’s Nonprofit Leaders

Huron Pines, Otsego Community Foundation and Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan are hosting a 2-hour virtual workshop for nonprofit leaders and board members to address both the operational and emotional challenges during this time of service disruption.

Founder of Blackbird Nonprofit Consulting, Julie Ann Rivers-Cochran, will present on her own experience and education as well as findings from crisis experts to break down phases, commonalities and unforeseen opportunities that often arise when normal operations are disrupted. She will cover strategies for remote operations and communications as well as mechanisms to support the mental health and well-being of staff and directors.

The online workshop will be offered twice, on Friday, September 18 and again on Thursday, September 24, from 10am-12pm. Registrants can expect a virtual presentation of material during the first hour, then after a short break they will participate in virtual break-out sessions guided by the presenter.

This workshop is part of the Regional Nonprofit Leaders Series, offering unique training opportunities that support capacity and leadership building and address emerging challenges. The program is delivered by Huron Pines through a partnership with Otsego Community Foundation, Community Foundation for Northeast Michigan with additional support from CFNEM’s affiliate foundations, and the Michigan Community Service Commission’s Volunteer Generation Fund.

Registration is $25 per person.

Register and pay here through Eventbrite for the Friday, September 18 workshop.