Resource Management

Topics and Trends in Volunteer Management

Volunteerism is continually evolving and taking on new dimensions. In addition to the operational details of program management, effective leaders must understand larger macro-level changes and issues affecting volunteer engagement today. This class provides an opportunity to:

Price: 
$50.00

Supporting and Sustaining Volunteer Involvement

Keeping volunteers involved can be as challenging as recruiting them in the first place. Retaining their passion and commitment requires ongoing support and communication throughout the organization. This class will explore the following questions:

Price: 
$75.00

Volunteer Recruitment and On-boarding

Maximizing volunteer resources to build programs and maintain operations is critical to many nonprofits today.  However, the competition for volunteer talent is strong, and attracting the right mix of skills and schedules requires updated approaches.  This class will focus on how to:

Price: 
$75.00

Volunteer Resources Management Overview

Effective engagement of volunteer talents and skills is essential to most nonprofit organizations. This class offers an introduction to the basic elements of successful volunteer engagement today, including organizational readiness, recruitment, onboarding, supervision and coaching, policies and data management.

Price: 
$75.00

Staff Supervision an Performance Management

The workplace of today requires both new and experienced supervisors to cope with constant change and increasingly challenging situations.  This  class will help managers, supervisors and team leaders learn and apply skills and strategies to successfully manage the work while inspiring employees to give their best.  Participants will examine case studies and role play challenging supervisory situations to gain interactive experience in applying the course material to their work lives.

Topics will include:

Price: 
$150.00

Intro to Nonprofit Finance

Does the idea of reviewing financial statements make your head hurt? Do you avoid looking at the Statement of Activities and the Balance Sheet of your organization because you are not sure what they are supposed to tell you? If so, this class can help. It provides a basic introduction to nonprofit finance—not from an accounting standpoint, but rather by discussing the individual financial statements and the information you can glean from them once you understand how to review them. Specifically, we’ll talk about:

Price: 
$75.00

United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg OnSite Session - Staff Supervision and Performance Management

This is a private, OnSite session of Leadership and Management Training, conducted for the United Way of Greater Richmond and Petersburg.

Price: 
$0.00

Staff Supervision and Performance Management

The workplace of today requires both new and experienced supervisors to cope with constant change and increasingly challenging situations.  This  class will help managers, supervisors and team leaders learn and apply skills and strategies to successfully manage the work while inspiring employees to give their best.  Participants will examine case studies and role play challenging supervisory situations to gain interactive experience in applying the course material to their work lives.

Topics will include:

Price: 
$150.00

Topics and Trends in Volunteer Management

Volunteerism is continually evolving and taking on new dimensions. In addition to the operational details of program management, effective leaders must understand larger macro-level changes and issues affecting volunteer engagement today. This class provides an opportunity to:

Price: 
$50.00

Supporting and Sustaining Volunteer Involvement

Keeping volunteers involved can be as challenging as recruiting them in the first place. Retaining their passion and commitment requires ongoing support and communication throughout the organization. This class will explore the following questions:

Price: 
$75.00

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