The Bush School, Texas A&M University holds Nonprofit Management Forum: Strengthening the Capacity of Nonprofit Organizations
Date: Friday, April 4, 2014
Location: The Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at Texas A&M University
Registration is now open:
The Nonprofit Management Forum provides an opportunity for nonprofit staff, board members, students, and volunteers to come together for a day of learning, refreshment, and networking. Participants reflect on the work of the nonprofit sector and gain practical skills that will improve the effectiveness of nonprofits in our community. Bringing together academic researchers, consultants, industry professionals, and aspiring leaders, the forum is a unique learning opportunity.
Visit the Nonprofit Management Forum’s website for more information
Flip Flippen, Flippen Group, Keynote Speaker
The Heart of the Matter
Flip Flippen is the author of the New York Times and USA Today Best Seller, The Flip Side: Break Free of the Behaviors That Hold You Back, released in May of 2007. He developed the concept of Personal Constraints™ as a means to overcome performance inhibitors and to accelerate the growth of many of the world’s greatest executives, educators, and professional athletes.
Dr. William Brown, The Bush School of Government & Public Service
Strategic Leadership: Transforming Your Management Practices
William A. Brown is an associate professor in the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University and holds the Mary Julia and George Jordan Professorship. He serves as the program director for the Certificate in Nonprofit Management. He teaches the Nonprofit Management, Social Innovation, and Entrepreneurship and Human Resource Management courses.
Fundraiser Confidential: How to delight your donors and raise more money NOW
Rachel Muir, CFRE
Master efficient and impactful ways to make donors feel appreciated regardless of the gift or channel and create your own stewardship plan to make sure every gift is thanked.
Creative Solutions for Performance Management in Your Organization
TyAnn Osborn, Osborn Consulting Group
With so many challenges facing your nonprofit organization, a strong talent strategy is more crucial than ever to achieving mission accomplishment and strategic success. A supportive performance management process can ensure alignment of employees with strategic goals, achievement of individual objectives, enhanced employee engagement with career fulfillment, and decreased employee relations issues.
Strategic Financial Management: Smart Growth & Oversight throughout a Nonprofit Life Cycle
Katy Avenson, CPA & Kara Hamann, CPA, CMA
Get the answers to important questions to properly manage your nonprofit finances throughout an organization’s life cycle. You’ll walk away with ideas for enhanced financial management and a better understanding of how to manage growth in a nonprofit organization.
Suzanne Smith, Social Impact Architects
Within this workshop, participants will leave with a toolkit of take-home materials that will allow them to identify and evaluate strengths through an organizational audit, translate these strengths into social enterprise opportunities, and engage in a process to evaluate the identified opportunities in an effort to determine which should be studied in more detail through a feasibility assessment.
Tactics for Building and Nurturing Community Online
Michael Wilson, Small World Labs
Find out how organizations are developing cohesive strategies to build community by approaching these challenges with an integrated approach.
If you would like to receive more information, Contact Office of Extended Education
1-866-988-BUSH(2874) or 979-862-7810