Upcoming Events

Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) is pleased to invite nonprofit professionals to a Roundtable session on nonprofit communication strategies that get results. Our featured guest will be James Burnett, a journalist and social media expert who has previously served as the Boston Foundation’s director of public relations and social media.
403B? 401k? Roth IRA? Make sense of it all at Money at Work 1: Foundations of Saving and Investing.
Learn to be a power presenter! Not everyone feels comfortable in front of a crowd. Whether it’s presenting an informal report, delivering a keynote speech, or simply speaking up during a meeting, finding your true and confident voice can be a challenge.
Third Sector New England (TSNE), Tech Networks of Boston (TNB), and TNB Labs (TNBL) are pleased to invite nonprofit professionals to a Super Roundtable, which will have an extended format and bring back Michael Johnson of UMass-Boston as the featured guest, in response to popular demand.  The setting will be the at the Boston NonProfit Center, and the topic will be moving from data to decisions at your nonprofit organization.
Are you ready to stop wasting time networking? Join Socializing for Justice for a  fast-paced, fun & interactive ProfDev (professional development training) on the Art of the Schmooze
A successful fundraising program is not just about the money. Yet as development professionals we MUST talk about money. This half-day workshop will support nonprofit professionals in practicing the “art of the ask.” Together we will practice the skills involved in fundraising conversations. 
Many nonprofit leaders advance in their careers because of their “programmatic” excellence. Too often, however, the nonprofit leader’s career path leaves an “experience gap” when it comes to financial management. If this scenario resonates with you, then this workshop is for you.
This highly participatory and reflective training takes a deeper look at concepts discussed in TSNE's Effective Supervision workshop. Attendees must have taken the Effective Supervision workshop as a prerequisite.
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.