Training

For the Public - Corporations

Resource Type

Toolkit |

Attribution

For the Public - Schools

Resource Type

Toolkit |

Attribution

For the Public - Mentors

Topic

Training |

Resource Type

Toolkit |

Attribution

TRAINING: Homer Simpson for Nonprofits - The Truth about How People Really Think and What It Means for Promoting Your Cause

The success of your online outreach hinges on your understanding of the inner workings of the human mind. Learn the basics of the new and revolutionary field of behavioral economics and how you can use these principles to craft more effective messages that will win the hearts and minds of your audience.

People are not rational beings, but the patterns of irrationality are consistent, and understanding them is key to effective marketing and fundraising.

Date: 
03/16/2010
Time: 
10 - 11:00am
Location: 
Teleconference

TRAINING - 11 Myths of Fundraising

Do you ever wonder what's really required of your organization when it comes to fundraising registration?

This FREE Seminar will build on the basics from last fall's introduction to this topic. Listen to that seminar recording first. Then, learn new details of the changing regulatory landscape.

Nobody likes government regulation. But don't get caught by rules that keep changing.

This seminar will correct much of the misinformation that abounds on this topic and share new details.

The myths the seminar will address include:

Date: 
02/25/2010
Time: 
10 - 11:00am
Location: 
Teleconference

TRAINING - Creative Mentoring

An intensive workshop with author and mythologist Michael Meade. This Creative Mentoring workshop offers orientation and training in the core ideas and purposes of mentoring.

While mentoring naturally involves youth, it also helps to re-imagine meaningful roles for elders. The role of the mentor can be seen as a bridge which helps youth find their way into life, while also preparing the older generations to act as elders in the community. Mentoring also involves rites of passage and other traditional practices that help people survive crises and enter new stages of life.

Date: 
03/06/2010
Time: 
9:30am - 5:30pm
Location: 
Northwest African American Museum - 2300 South Massachusetts Street Seattle, WA 98144
Syndicate content