Featured Conference


Financial and Talent Management Forum

October 6, 2014 to October 8, 2014 | New Orleans, Louisiana

Since 2002, United Way Financial and Talent Management professionals have gathered for a time of learning, inspiration and professional growth. Our 2014 Forum, taking place from October 6-8 in New Orleans, Louisiana, will support the sharing of knowledge, experience and expertise as we work together to implement change in our communities. The Forum will be relevant to CFOs, Controllers, Finance and Accounting Directors, and Talent Management and Human Resource Professionals, regardless of your United Way metro size. This event combines financial management, human resource management and cross-functional topics; attendees will be able to focus on the issues that are most relevant to their particular duties and earn CPE or HRCI credits.

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Featured Learning Solution


The Harwood Public Innovators Lab

December 16, 2014 to December 18, 2014 | Alexandria, Virginia

Ideal for CEOs, community impact/investment vice presidents, and senior staff planning for community impact, The Harwood Public Innovators Lab is co-sponsored by The Harwood Institute and United Way Worldwide December 16-18, 2014. The Institute has a 25-year track record of success in helping United Ways, individuals, and communities accelerate their change efforts and achieve their strategic goals. This three-day lab, being held at the Mary M. Gates Learning Center in Alexandria, Virginia from December 16-18 is open to all community leaders who are engaged in building a community's capacity for change. This experience will help you get on the path to deepening your relationship to your community so that you can create more impact and have greater relevance and trust.

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Influencers are successful because they know that most problems are fed not by a single cause, but by a conspiracy of causes. “Influencer: The Power to Change Anything,” will teach you how to merge multiple sources of influence into a strategy that can overpower even the most persistent and resistant problems.


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.

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