Coping with COVID-19 is a four-part virtual series offered by the Center for Healthy Nonprofits intended to help nonprofit organizations now and as they adapt in the future. Presenters will focus on planning and decision-making, including recommendations about technology use and implement scenario planning, financial forecasting, and management. The final session is specifically for nonprofit CEOs and Executive Directors to help them think about managing their own stress in the midst of uncertainty and incorporate self-care practices during times of crisis.
Part Three: Building Your New Normal
As the world heads into more uncharted territory, the nonprofit community is navigating the impact of COVID-19 on how they work to fulfill their mission. Now is the time to discuss the new reality in terms of how technology can help address pressing issues and assist a workforce that is still adjusting to more people working from home. Many nonprofits have tech solutions already available that they haven’t activated, such as features included in Microsoft Office 365. In other cases, nonprofit leaders are in search of answers, sometimes without clarity about whether or not technology is actually the problem or limiting factor. Topics will also include keeping the cultural aspects of working at a nonprofit alive and the things that help people bond and collaborate at the same time.
Cristie Street, a seasoned technology leader and Co-founder/CEO of Nextrio, will conduct an interactive session focusing on tech-based solutions in key areas, mainly remote work, employee safety and expanded effective communications.
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Upcoming Sessions in this Series
Part Four: Selfcare for CEOs During Unsettling Times
June 25 | Click here to register
The Center for Healthy Nonprofits, a program of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, works to strengthen the southern Arizona nonprofit community by offering free and reduced cost capacity building workshops and training for nonprofit professionals and volunteers.