Redefining What Leadership Means to Today's Nonprofit

Date: Now on-demand!
Time: At your leisure!
Duration & Cost: 60 minutes & FREE

Nathan Safran

Director of Research

Tim Sarrantonio

Director of Strategic Partnerships
Neon One

Nhu Te

Editor in Chief
NonProfit PRO

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As nonprofit organizations evolve, one thing is constant: a successful nonprofit depends on powerful leadership to drive its growth. Nonprofits are becoming more aware of how important leadership is to its growth and sustainability—the foundation that paves the way toward nonprofit success or failure—which is why NonProfit PRO partnered up with Neon One to release the "2019 Nonprofit Leadership Impact Study."

In this webinar, Nathan Safran, director of research at NAPCO Media, and Tim Sarrantonio, director of strategic partnerships at Neon One, will share and discuss key findings from the study. Here's what you'll takeaway from this interactive webinar:

  • Improving staff engagement will create happier and more dedicated employees who will put more efforts into achieving the nonprofit’s mission.
  • Having your board members go through orientation will ensure everyone understands their roles and expectations—and also educates them about the nonprofit’s mission and fundraising responsibilities.
  • Strategizing will help your nonprofit become more effective at achieving its mission and goals.
  • Technology can be a catalyst for bolstering donor relationships.

Questions? Email us at [email protected] or give us a call at (215) 238-5300.

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