November 21, 2020
10:30 - 12:00
10:30 - 12:00
We are back with the annual Board Leadership Calgary learning event for non-profits! This year the whole event will be FREE and virtual
2020 has brought some interesting challenges to the Board Leadership Calgary planning team, but we are committed to providing high quality learnings for your non-profit organizations. Like previous years, the intention is to provide basic level learnings for board of directors, staff, and those looking to be involved in non-profit organizations.
This year’s learning event will have a different format. We are spreading the learning to three different days of online webinars and three OPTIONAL “Follow Up Friday’s” for networking and an extended Question and Answer period, following the topic of the week.
Free. As a thank you for your continued support of Board Leadership Calgary.
Please note that you will need to register for individual webinars and Follow-Up Friday’s to attend.
View Presentation on YouTube https://youtu.be/O4bgvg57m9A or below:
Saturday, November 21 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
DUSTIN PAISELY comes from a strong entrepreneurial background having started companies of his own. This knowledge and first hand business experience equips him with the tools and resources to provide advice and strategy to ATB’s business customers. As a business owner himself, Dustin brings his passion for entrepreneurship and small business each and every day in hopes of helping other business owners succeed.
In today’s challenging and constantly shifting business landscape, many nonprofits are feeling overwhelmed and left wondering what more they could be doing to elevate and protect their organizations during a deeply impacted economic time. To increase your chances of successfully pulling through the storm, it is paramount to have a full understanding of your current cash flow situation and how you could apply best practices that not only mitigate cash flow loss, but also provide room for opportunity.
Friday, November 27 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm