Monday, 14 November 2011

Nonprofit Governance Workshops


The Wood Buffalo Community Building Project aims to increase organizational and leadership capacity of nonprofit organizations by offering value-added workshops on topics such board governance and strategic planning. You are invited to attend two fantastic value-added workshops:

1) Transforming Nonprofits Through Technology Planning Workshop: Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011 (8:30 am – 4:30 pm)
We use technology every day and yet we rarely take the time to find out how it can help us fulfill our mission and improve operations. On November 22nd the Wood Buffalo Community Building Project invites you to spend a day with a leading facilitator from IBM Canada with expertise in the nonprofit sector, to create a plan that will help your organization use technology to your advantage. The workshop is specially tailored for nonprofits in Wood Buffalo who are considering co-location or shared services opportunities or are willing to learn how to get the most out of the technology they have. Small shop or large, this workshop will be well worth it!

Registration includes a hot lunch and snacks, easy to follow work book and access to local IT coaches after the workshop.

To Register, please click on the link

2) Board Governance Workshop: Friday, November 25th, 2011 (8:00 am – 3:00 pm)
Every board, no matter how big or how small, needs ongoing training to ensure their organization is well run and can withstand public scrutiny. The Wood Buffalo Community Building Project is pleased to present a Board Governance workshop for nonprofit board leaders and senior management who wish to learn more about effective board governance systems, processes and best practices, and also how to work more successfully together. Presented by Cathy Brothers, Executive Director, Capacity Waterloo Region and John Dinners, President, John T. Dinner Governance Services, they bring a balanced viewpoint from both the non and for-profit perspectives!

Registration includes breakfast, hot lunch, access to online resources and presentation notes.

To Register, please click on the link

Nancy Mattes, Director
Wood Buffalo Community Building Project
Telephone: 519-888-4567 ext. 38213

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