Better Nonprofit Management Training Series

Better Nonprofit Management Series

Join the more than 3,000 professionals who have participated in our training series.

We draw a diverse, dynamic mix of participants from nonprofits and institutions all over the country to our workshops on the issues that matter to managing mission-based organizations. Executive directors, managers, staff, board members and volunteers have attended these in-person, interactive sessions led by recognized experts in their field. Learn more.

Banner, Effective Supervision February 14, 2019
Feb / 14 / 2019
Effective Supervision (Feb) (This workshop is full.) Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness at your nonprofit. Through this highly participatory training designed for supervisors with all levels of experience, learn how provide strong supervision that builds a culture of mutual respect.
Feb / 27 / 2019
[Livestream] Strategies for Inclusive Language: Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Join us for a livestream of a segment of the full-day workshop.
Feb / 27 / 2019
Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation: Creating Inclusive Environments Given the national discourse around LGBTQ+ rights and the #MeToo movement, many nonprofits are exploring how they can create more inclusive environments and foster greater gender equity in the workplace. This interactive, fun workshop will explore issues around gender bias, gender identity and sexual orientation and how biases around these topics can impact organizational policies and practices.
Mar / 5 / 2019
Community Organizing Center to Support Immigrant Organizing will introduce participants to the process of grassroots community organizing. Participants will learn about strategies and tactics to cultivate the leadership of those impacted by injustice.
Mar / 26 / 2019
Battle for Hearts and Minds Frustrated by the way the public thinks and talks about the issues you care about? This workshop will break through the mystique of the public narrative, present clear strategies to identify the current state of hearts and minds around your cause, and offer ways you can begin to shift the way people think.
Apr / 4 / 2019
Implementing Racial Equity Through Human Resources Are you looking for ways to assess how well your organization is operationalizing its stated values around diversity, inclusion, and equity? Are you ready to take action to change organizational policies, practices and culture, but feel overwhelmed or unsure of where to start? This highly participatory workshop will draw on the experiences of participants, asking them to reflect on the current state of their organizations and plan how to move forward.
Apr / 10 / 2019
Donor-Centered Stewardship and Acknowledgement Fundraising success depends on knowing our donors well. Learn to engage your donors in meaningful ways to match donor philanthropic goals with organizational mission and outcomes.
Apr / 18 / 2019
Align Your Mission to Your Nonprofit Programming This workshop will take program and front line staff through a series of questions and group activities that will help them design an effective logic model to propel their organization.
May / 14 / 2019
Effective Supervision (May) Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness at your nonprofit. Through this highly participatory training designed for supervisors with all levels of experience, learn how provide strong supervision that builds a culture of mutual respect.
May / 30 / 2019
Capital Campaigns 101 and Fundraising for Special Projects Whether you are raising money for a larger capital campaign or a smaller “bite-sized” campaign, it usually takes more preparation than you think. You need to clarify your organization’s strategic needs, recruit board members and key volunteers, engage your donors with your vision of the future, ensure the infrastructure to manage the work, and more. It’s not just a ‘bigger’ appeal, it means supporting a huge effort over an extended period of time. Capital campaigns are a lot of hard work, but they can pay off handsomely.