We are excited to announce the ninth annual Board Leadership Calgary event is now open for registration. We are offering an online learning event at no cost for those involved, or looking to be involved in the non-profit sector.
Check out all our events on our Eventbrite page. Click HERE. Please note that you need to register for each individual event. Live attendance is limited, so please sign up right away.
Saturday, November 5 at 10:30 am MST
A foundational workshop that teaches you everything you need to know to begin your work as a board member!
You’ll learn about the board’s role inleading a not-for-profit, with key topics around leadership, accountability, and governance responsibilities
We’ll discuss common matters that apply to all boards, regardless of how different our not-for-profits can sometimes be
Gain a better understanding on what to do, how to settle in with the team, and how to prioritize what’s most important
Fund Development That’s Built to Fit
Saturday, November 19 at 10:30 am MST
Bring your fund development questions and challenges! This interactive session will start with a conversation about you: your organization’s experiences with fundraising and your biggest areas of need.
Gail Urquhart, from Gail Urquhart Consulting, helps organizations build fundraising programs that fit, and in this workshop, she will lead us through conversations about fundraising fears, challenges and successes.
The workshop will include some coaching ‘in real time’ on needs identified by the participants on the call, with learnings and best practices that can be tailored to fit your organization whether your fundraising program is just getting going or has been active for years. Expect to leave this session some tried and true tactics and templates that you can put to work as soon as you get back to your desk on Monday.
First Strategic Thinking, then Strategic Planning
Saturday, December 3 at 10:30 am MST
In this session, you will explore the importance of strategic thinking and what it means to be truly “strategic” before you begin the typical planning process.
You will also have the opportunity to learn some theory around organizational planning.
And best of all – you will come away with tips on how to build ownership and commitment, resulting in a plan that is closely followed, versus one that collects dust!