The Financial Management and Human Resources Forum, taking place October 7-9 in Atlanta, Georgia, focuses on relevant "hot" topics that are sure to impact your function, regardless of your United Way metro size. This event combines financial management, human resource management and cross-functional topics and attendees are able to focus on the issues that are most relevant to their particular duties.
Attend the Financial and Human Resources Forum to gain knowledge in United Way governance practices, finance and human resources regulation and legislation around the country, and compliance with non-tax profit rules in order to maintain good internal controls. The 2013 Forum is guaranteed to provide top-notch learning sessions and stimulating networking opportunities.
Featured Learning Solution
Great leaders are seldom born but often made. Develop the skills that make great leaders stand apart. Join us for a Leadership Bootcamp hosted at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia from June 25 - June 28. A talented faculty team of experts in leadership, innovation, communications and meeting facilitation is led by Dr. Jack Wolf, Ph.D., a Certified Performance Technologist who has designed and facilitated the leadership curriculums for Fortune 500 Companies and other experts in their fields.
NEW LEARNING OPPORTUNITY: INFLUENCER: THE POWER TO CHANGE ANYTHING
United Way and VitalSmarts are pleased to co-host a new learning program, “Influencer: The Power to Change Anything” at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia from September 30-October 1. Developed by the authors of the New York Times bestseller, “Crucial Conversations,” the program is designed to teach individuals at any level the powerful tool of influence theory. They have travelled the world looking at social and organization problems on a number of scales and found that, when sound influence theory is applied, even the most complicated organizational problems can be improved and dramatically change results. This theory has been broken down into six sources of influence which are covered in this two-day intensive experience open to United Ways and their partners.
Coming together as a network to learn, share and rejuvenate is an essential part of United Way’s collective impact work. Conferences, events and learning solutions allow for the sharing of best practices through a multitude of formal and informal networking opportunities that strengthen us as an interdependent network. Together, these learning solutions and events provide the opportunity for United Ways and their partners to transform lives and communities and inspire millions of people to give, advocate and volunteer.