Join Northeast Wisconsin Leaders At The Premier 2015 Enterprising Nonprofits
APPLETON, WI, – April 21, 2015 – The 2nd annual Enterprising Nonprofits networking event is taking place Wednesday, May 6 at the Radisson Paper Valley Hotel in Appleton. This all-day interactive conference allows for-profit and nonprofit business leaders, executive directors, business development directors, and volunteer coordinators to collaborate and share best practices. The Northeast Wisconsin’s nonprofit community is integral to our day-to-day quality of life and long-term success.
This year’s line-up includes keynote speakers Susan Ellis, President of Energize, Inc. and Vicki Clark who is back by popular demand.
The morning breakout sessions you may choose between are:
- Effective Delegation: A Win-Win for You and Your Organization
- Where are we Now in our Volunteer Engagement Practices
- Self-Directed Volunteer Teams
The afternoon breakout sessions are:
- From Conflict to Cooperation: Making Disagreements Constructive
- Laying the Foundation for Where WE want to go in Volunteer Involvement
- Volunteer Center Panel – The Best Kept Secret of a Local Community Resource
New this year – Enterprising Nonprofits is hosting GET ON BOARD an exclusive small group follow-up session, led by Vicki Clark, which will take a deeper dive into your specific organization and leave you with a great action plan.
The GET ON BOARD sessions are free with your Enterprising Nonprofits registration and only ENP registrants are allowed access to these exclusive sessions. Sessions are either Thursday, May 7 in Neenah, WI or Friday, May 8 in Green Bay, WI.
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