Tuesdays at the NonProfit Center! Reconnect to your body, mind and spirit with yoga - It’s the perfect way to end your work day! This class is designed for all levels of flexibility. Classes include meditation, breath and energy work. Beginners and seasoned yogis welcome.
The Open Door Gallery promotes the work of artists with disabilities and shifts our community's perceptions of ability while enjoying quality art.
Is unnecessary conflict eating up your time? Are your employees stressed? Is morale low? Do you wish you could get everyone rowing in the same direction? At this 2 hour, interactive workshop you will learn how to take the pulse of your organization so you can begin to understand the source of these challenges.
Learn from PAIR Project what the nonprofit community can do to better serve our immigrant clients in the current political landscape. We will also be livestreaming this event.
Tech Networks of Boston(TNB) is pleased to invite nonprofit professionals to a Roundtable session on how nonprofits can use data placemats for participatory analysis. Our featured guest will be Laura Beals and Barbara Perry of Jewish Family & Children's Service.
Join Socializing for Justice for a ProfDev (professional development) training about "Advocacy in the Time of Trump: Moving Beyond Tactics" on Tuesday, April 4, 6:00 - 8:30 PM.
Do you avoid negotiation? Do you always think you could have gotten a better deal? Do you feel like other people just “know” how to do it? The good news is that negotiation skill can be learned. In this two hour, interactive workshop you will learn how to identify the underlying drivers, find common ground, and tap into an underused source of negotiating power.
The NonProfit Center and TSNE are excited to announce a Lunch and Learn session with representatives from Cosecha’s local chapter to inform us about the planned Day Without Immigrants on May 1st and to explain how this fits in to the bigger picture for the immigrant rights movement.
Building on the skills and knowledge of the Fundraising 1.0 workshop, this second workshop emphasizes a donor-centered approach to developing a successful non-profit development program.
Effective supervision contributes directly to mission effectiveness for your nonprofit. It is critical to maintaining a productive staff in the face of shifting and competing priorities. Strong supervision creates a culture of mutual respect in which employees and supervisors communicate regularly and clearly about job-related expectations, tasks and overall performance.