Workshops help non-profits learn leadership and fundraising skills

Volunteer Campbell River has two great workshops coming up in October.

Purposeful Conversations

Exploring and Understanding Leadership…A Personal and Professional Seminar; Wednesday, Oct. 5; 9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

About the workshop:

This presentation will encourage you to participate in a discussion about leadership at home and in the workplace. Dr. Ross believes the concept of leadership is complex and often misunderstood in our society. Through storytelling and discussion Patrick facilitates a dialogue that is thought provoking and applicable to participants both at the personal and professional levels. Better understanding the attributes of leadership has the potential to assist you toward being a better person and a better worker. Professional organizations benefit greatly by promoting leadership and engaging employees to explore opportunities to enhance their own leadership skills.

Keys to Fundraising Success

Strategies, Attitudes and Opportunities to Help Your Nonprofit Thrive; Wednesday, Oct. 26,                                                                                                   9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

About the workshop:

Come prepared to participate! Bring stories of your fundraising successes and failures, and your views on the reasons for the results.

Topics covered in this workshop will include:

Strategies – What methods are appropriate for your nonprofit? Communications – How your communications tools support your fundraising efforts Attitudes – Your organization’s mind-set makes a huge difference to restricting or advancing your fundraising achievements Base of Supporters – Crucial to long term fundraising success

Pre-register at mail@volunteercr.ca or 250-287-8111.

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