LeadershipConnect

The needs of the public have never been greater and they need your programming more than ever before. Stay on top of the newest and best practices you need to know to lead your nonprofit through today’s challenges with LeadershipConnect.

LeadershipConnect programs features expert speakers and presenters talking about timely topics related to the nonprofit sector. The programs are designed to bring board members and nonprofit leaders together for conversation and peer learning about issues of importance.

Some examples of previous LeadershipConnect programs are:

  • Attracting and Retaining Diverse Board Members
  • Succession Planning
  • Board Self-Assessment
  • Engaging and Empowering Others

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LeadershipConnect: Attracting & Retaining Young Professionals to Nonprofit Boards

Please join NonProfitConnect and a very distinguished panel of young professionals for a dynamic conversation on Attracting and Retaining Young Professionals to NonProfit Boards. Find out what draws them in and keeps them engaged? Where do you find them? This session will help you start to think about how to engage and recruit your board members using a variety of different strategies and approaches.

Panelists include: Jeremy Perlman of Borden Perlman, Jeff Key of Nfinity Enterprises and Chinsu Shajan of Stark & Stark. Moderated by Amy Boroff of Amplifi.

Session Date: Tuesday, April 5th from 9:00am to 10:00am

This session is virtual and will be held online via Zoom. This program is is funded and made possible thanks to the generous support of The Bunbury Fund at the Princeton Area Community Foundation; there is no charge for participants to attend.

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LeadershipConnect: Nonprofit Messaging 101

Too many non-profits spend time and resources on newsletters, print mailings, social media channels and website promotions, pumping out content that misses their “core messages.” Without time given to specific strategic consideration, they inadvertently send messages that may be vague, jingoistic, and ultimately confusing. And that means they get overlooked, or worse, ignored.
 
In this actionable 60-minute program, attendees will learn:
 
• The key elements of an effective communications plan.
• How to identify and communicate with your key audiences.
• How “branding” is a lot more than your logo.
• How to use events, content, and images to drive your messages home.
• Why every non-profit needs a plan for crisis communications.
 
There will be plenty of time for Q&A.
 

Session Date: Tuesday, April 26th from 9:00am to 10:00am

This session is virtual and will be held online via Zoom. This program is is funded and made possible thanks to the generous support of The Bunbury Fund at the Princeton Area Community Foundation; there is no charge for participants to attend.

Thank You to Our Generous LeadershipConnect Sponsors