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Guidance for Acquiring Top-Level Talent from Outside the Nonprofit Sector
  • Wednesday, August 21
  • Webinar
Dustin Johnson

Unlock the keys to understanding our current workforce and work culture.

Surviving Tough Times: Turnaround Strategies for Struggling Programs
  • Tuesday, August 27
  • Webinar
Lynn Ivey

Learn solutions for turning around a declining organization, strategies for navigating the transformation process, and best practices for emerging without having compromised the mission.

Succession Planning: Failure to Prepare Could Mean Unexpected Trouble for Your Nonprofit
  • Wednesday, September 4
  • Webinar
Marilyn Donnellan

This webinar helps you and your board prepare for and respond to unforeseen succession events. Whether or not you think your leadership is on the way out, a comprehensive plan is imperative for your nonprofit’s security.

Securing Your Nonprofit’s Future: How to Build Capacity and Sustainability
  • Thursday, September 5
  • Webinar
Lynn Ivey

Key strategies for assessing your current capacity, defining the big dream you have for the future, avoiding common pitfalls, and ensuring your organization’s future is secure.

Indirect Cost Planning, Allocation, and Rates: Comprehensive Two-Part Training Series
  • Tuesday, September 10
  • Webinar
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter, CEO of Porter Group LLC, for practical, useful insights and recommendations for understanding and applying indirect cost rates and cost allocation requirements. The contents of this two-part series provide detailed information and guidance found very few other places!

Indirect Cost Rates and Cost Allocation Issues: Best Practices Under 2 CFR 200 Rules
  • Tuesday, September 10
  • Webinar
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter, CEO of Porter Group LLC, for a clear and concise explanation of key 2 CFR 200 indirect cost rates and cost allocation requirements. Mr. Porter will provide indirect cost insights and guidance found few other places. And, you will gain knowledge regarding those changes affecting the very core of some of your nonprofit’s long-term strategies and day-to-day operations.

Building a Grant Calendar that Works: Key Benchmarks for Planning
  • Wednesday, September 11
  • Webinar
Melanie Lambert

Learn how to build a grant calendar that works for you. She’ll share insights to help you organize your entire solicitation year. Using industry standards for grant submissions, Melanie will show you how to build a grant calendar based on your nonprofit’s funding needs and organize each request to reduce the stress of last-minute submissions. You’ll receive tips and tools to help your nonprofit launch a grant management campaign or to organize and add to existing grant partnerships.

Advanced Indirect Cost Allocation: Optimizing Your Preparation and Reducing Risks
  • Thursday, September 12
  • Webinar
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter, CEO of Porter Group LLC, for this detailed session covering advanced topics in indirect cost allocation, including key aspects of applied indirect cost rate planning, application and reporting in this new era of accountability under 2 CFR 200. Mr. Porter will provide useful insights and recommendations for understanding and applying indirect cost rates and cost allocation requirements beyond the basics.

On Demand

Bulletproof Your Contracts: Understand the Key and Most Disputed Terms, the Difference Between an MOU and a Contract, and Much More!
  • On-demand
Sandra K. Pfau Englund

Learn 23 key terms found in most contracts and  how to prepare and use a contract standard term template for hotel and other vendor agreements 

Handling Difficult Employees, Volunteers and Board Members: Five-Step Approach
  • On-demand
Lynn Ivey

Please join Lynn Ivey for a webinar that will introduce a five-step method for dealing with challenging people and transforming relationships so that everyone is more productive and focused on what really matters. Learn strategies for addressing your most common personnel issues and stopping destructive behaviors. Understand where to start and how to create your roadmap to a better work experience for everyone.

Corporate Partnerships: How to Identify, Secure and Nurture Them
  • On-demand
Chris Martinez

Please join Chris Martinez as he defines and simplifies how nonprofits should be approaching corporate relationships. Not only will you learn how to articulate what your organization can bring to a corporate partner, but you will also understand how to define needs and expectations of the partnership itself. From this webinar you will know how to construct a corporate development plan, build a case for partnership, propose a pilot, measure what matters, and provide proof of performance.

Real Estate for Nonprofits: Rules, Tax Implications and Potential Liability
  • On-demand
Sally Wagenmaker

Please join attorney Sally Wagenmaker of Wagenmaker & Oberly, located in Chicago and Charleston, SC, as she covers the landscape of owning and renting real estate, state and federal taxes that may affect nonprofits’ property (and their bottom line!), and how to best protect real estate, particularly for a nonprofit with major program activities serving children and the public.

Donor Advised Funds: Understanding the Pros and Cons Protects You and Your Donors
  • On-demand
Sally Morris

Please join Sally Morris, attorney at law, for a comprehensive review of DAFs, including the pros and cons of adopting them at your nonprofit, what to look out for, and how to avoid the potential pitfalls.

Subrecipient Monitoring and Management: Nonprofit Success Under 2 CFR 200
  • On-demand
Rex Porter

Please join Rex Porter as he provides practical and important explanations of subrecipient monitoring and management best practices under 2 CFR 200 to provide your nonprofit a needed roadmap for awareness of key risks and methods of compliance.

Designing a Standard Operating Procedures Manual for Your Nonprofit: Improve Daily Operations and Further Your Mission
  • On-demand
Chris Martinez

Please join Chris Martinez as he discusses standard operating procedures manuals and how they can benefit your nonprofit by cutting down on confusion and questions regarding daily tasks. A well drafted standard operating procedures manual will effectively answer questions before they arise and hopefully lead to a better run nonprofit.

Nonprofits Engaging in International Activity: Learn the Rules and Avoid the Risks
  • On-demand
Ryan Oberly

Please join Ryan Oberly for answers to these questions and many more. Foreign activity - and support for foreign charities - is an important piece of the 501(c)(3) world. Attend this webinar and learn how to do it right - and keep your nonprofit out of the IRS and Treasury Department crosshairs.