THIS TRACK WILL FOCUS ON THE CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES ORGANIZATIONS ARE GRAPPLING WITH AS WE TRANSITION TO A NEW NORMAL FOR BUSINESS AND DEVELOPMENT. FROM IDENTIFYING NEW AVENUES OF FUNDING TO ENSURING THAT ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES REMAIN STRONG, THESE SESSIONS WILL HELP YOU NAVIGATE HOW TO SHIFT, REWORK OR MAINTAIN YOUR ACTIONS AND RESPONSES DURING THIS TURBULENT TIME.
PIVOTING YOUR FUNDRAISING FOCUS: BE RELEVANT, REMAIN AUTHENTIC
Beginning with a real-live example, this session will provide advice, a case study from former professional tennis player, James Blake, and tangible solutions on fundraising in this current landscape. Harrie Bakst, from the renowned fundraising organization WCPG, will share how Blake's experience can be applied for those looking to make their organizations relevant and authentic. Bryan Lively from fundraising platform GivenGain will also share effective technologies and tools to help you put this advice into immediate practice.
Structure: Case study presentation, live audiences Q&A + roundtable discussion
Target Audience: NGOs, Non-profits, Foundations, Development Professionals
FUTURE-LOOKING DECISION MAKING: PURPOSEFUL LEADERSHIP IN ACTION
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began we have all been wondering if we are doing the right thing. Is my organization, department, company or charity making the correct decisions for our future? How do we take quick action, but remain steady?
Extraordinary leaders will share on how they took action and led over the last few months, how they plan to ensure their organization’s ongoing success, and, perhaps most intriguingly, their views on what the purpose landscape will look like in the future. Listen to insights from Procter & Gamble Global Grooming Business CEO Gary Coombe, IBM Services SVP Mark Foster and Walton Family Foundation Executive Director Caryl Stern, before joining them in a live question and answer session to get advice on your unique organizational challenges.
Structure: Educational presentations + live audience Q&A
Target Audience: General
ENSURING POSITIVE CULTURE, INCLUSION AND SUSTAINABILITY
We have all made organizational commitments to be inclusive and create positive cultures. But what does a truly inclusive and sustainable organization look like now? And how does that transfer to a new company culture? How can we attain it?
Organizational development experts from Human Advantage - Kim Carver, Jennifer Martinez and Arlene Roane - will help you shape this through a series of presentations and discussion groups that will not only map out new standards, but help you to address your own challenges, barriers and concerns around culture, inclusion, HR and sustainability.
Structure: Educational presentation and live audience Q&A + roundtable discussion
Target Audience: General