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January 2011 events - Center for Nonprofit Management
Center for Nonprofit Management

December, 2010

Center for Nonprofit Management
January 2011 Events


Register online at www.cnmdallas.org or call 214-826-3470, ext. 239.

 

Effectively Resolve Workplace Conflict
Conflict is a part of everyday life and even present in the best of relationships. The key is in how you handle it that can preserve and even improve a working relationship.   Organizations lose money and valuable time in dealing with mismanaged conflict and staff turnover.  Positive conflict resolution increases individual and organizational productivity.

In this unique workshop you will be introduced to various methods of conflict resolution with particular emphasis given to using the mediation process and its benefits.

Instructor:           Robert Gonzales, M.R.E.
Fee:                       $65 members/ $115 non-members
Date:                     Tuesday, January 11, 9 am to 12 pm
Location:            
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas


Get Results Guide to Major Gift Fundraising – Lunch and Learn
People generally make major gifts to your organization for two reasons: 1) the mission 2) and the organizations' leadership.  In this session we will explore these and other critical success factors to demystify the process of major gift fundraising and help you design and execute a major gifts campaign that gets results.

Instructor:
           Anne Leary, VP Principal Gifts & Campaign, Parkland Foundation
Fee:
                      
$25 members/ $35 non-members
Date:                     Thursday, January 13, 11:30 am to 1 pm
Location:            
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas



Reading & Understanding Nonprofit Financials
Let's face it, nonprofit accounting is weird!  So let's take a step back to the basics.  If you are responsible for managing any part of the organizations' financial performance, bookkeeping, the audit, or budget, it is important that you understand how to read and work with nonprofit financial statements and footnotes.  In this course we will study each component, discuss how to use and analyze it, and you can expect to walk away with a solid foundation in nonprofit financial statements.

Instructor:          
Chad M. Rosen, CPA, MBA, MS managing member of CMRosen, LLC
Fee:                       $65 members/ $115 non-members
Date:                     Wednesday, January 19, 9 am to 12 pm
Location:             
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas


Facebook & Twitter Workshop: Get Your Nonprofit Profile Up!
This session will instruct you, step by step, on nonprofit formation and filing procedures, legal requirements and expert advice on the fundamentals necessary to success.

Instructor:           Kim Young, Principal, the forest & the trees
Fee:
                      
$65 members/ $115 non-members
Date:                     Thursday, January 20, 9 am to 12 pm
Location:            
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas

 


Microsoft Excel: Introduction & Essentials
In this introduction to Microsoft Excel, students will begin with the basics and work their way up through more complex abilities. The instructor will present several scenarios and exercises to allow skill practice for data entry, layout, formatting, printing, calculations, and much more.

Instructor:           Detrick DeBurr, CEO of Digital Rhythm Inc.
Fee:
                       $65 members/ $115 non-members
Date:                     Tuesday, January 25, 9 am to 12 pm
Location:             
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas

 

 

Inspiring Change Part 3: Motivating Your Staff 3-part Series – Lunch & Learn
To compete in today's business environment, it is vital that all employees are working up to their potential.  Motivating an employee is a complex process that requires an understanding of the needs, wants and expectations of that employee.   Topics include: defining motivation and tapping into inspiration; learning how to avoid motivation pitfalls; successfully leading teams through common goal-setting; and developing a clear vision that will inspire staff.


Instructor:           Tracey Dreighton, Associate Director of Continuing and Professional Education, SMU
Fee:
                       $25 members/ $35 non-members
Date:                     Tuesday, January 25, 11:30 am to 1 pm
Location:            
Center for Nonprofit Management, 2902 Floyd Street, Dallas



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