Leadership Part II: Staff, Volunteers, and Legal Compliance & Ethics | Virtual SfX Series (3 of 6)
Leadership Part II: Staff, Volunteers, and Legal Compliance & Ethics | Virtual Standards for Excellence Implementation Workshop Series (3 of 6)
Sponsored by: United Way of Southwestern PA
Could you use support in navigating through these turbulent times of COVID 19 and civil unrest? Do you want to move your organization to the next level of effectiveness? Would you like to incorporate the latest practices to strengthen your leadership and management and could use some support? Would you like to have the potential of raising more money because donors and funders are confident about the quality of your programs and you have evidence to prove it? Are you feeling like there is something more you could do to promote excellence in your organization?
If your answer to any of these questions is YES, the Virtual Standards for Excellence® Implementation Workshop Series is for you! This session, the third of six, covers the third Guiding Principle of the Standards for Excellence: Leadership Part II: Staff, Volunteers, and Legal Compliance & Ethics. We’ll look at things like organizational and management structure, compensation procedures, personnel policies, volunteer policies, legal requirements for creating inclusive workplaces, and more. We’ll provides lots of tools and resources for putting the information shared into practice, including:
Join us for just this one or attend all six in the series! While all six workshops complement each other, they can each be viewed independently of the others. Don’t worry if you missed a previous session or can’t attend every session – just sign up for the full series and you’ll receive a copy of the recording and supporting materials for all six.
Each session will be interactive, offering opportunities to learn from the wisdom in the room through peer-to-peer sharing. We’ll have large group discussions where you’ll discover useful tips and strategies for applying the Standards in your organization as well as small group discussions using breakout rooms, where you can really dig in to how others’ practices can help you improve your operations (and where you can share promising practices of your own!).
Six Session Series Agenda:
All sessions take place on Wednesdays from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST, except session four, Finance and Operations, which will take place on Thursday, December 17.
January 6, 2021: Resource Development (presented by Stephanie Cory)
January 20, 2021: Public Awareness, Engagement, and Advocacy (presented by Ashley Suhler Tobin)
Single Login Cost:
Leadership Part II Web Meeting – $45 for PANO Members | $100 for Not-Yet Members
Full Series (20% Discount) – $216 for PANO Members | $480 for Not-Yet Members
Terms of Participation
Group Screening Cost:
Full Series (20% Discount) – $720 for PANO Members | $1,598 for Not-Yet Members
Terms of Participation
Materials & Login/Call-In Instructions:
Can’t attend? All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar following the live session!
What People Say About the Standards for Excellence:
“The information provided during these sessions would be so helpful for any board member, new or seasoned!”
“This workshop should be mandatory for all Governing Board members in a non-profit. I believe all the information presented to us was important and needs to be communicated to all board members.”
“I would highly recommend the accreditation process to any organization in the nonprofit sector looking to maximize their potential. The process is very straightforward, and the staff at PANO are a pleasure to work with!” – Nicolle Schnovel, Co-Executive Director, Berks Connections/Pretrial Services
“The Standards for Excellence seminars have certainly helped us all to improve multiple aspects of our organizations. I didn't have any idea how much I would learn from the process. I think the nonprofit sector in our area has moved up a notch because of the program! With the resources provided, I can focus on the actual programming and service delivery to our constituents. Thank you for such a great learning experience!” Mark Moyer, Executive Director, Setebaid Services
About the Facilitators:
Tish Mogan, Standards for Excellence Director, PANO (Series Moderator)
Tish earned an MBA with concentration in Nonprofit Management from Eastern University. This follows an MA in Theology from St. Bonaventure University and a BA in Mathematics with a minor in education from Gwynedd Mercy College.
Tish brings tremendous amount of experience in the fields of education, nonprofit administration, and business. Her education experience spans secondary through graduate level with previous experience as an adjunct faculty at Eastern University’s MS in Nonprofit Management program. Tish brings professional administration experience in creating and leading integrated strategies to align organizational objectives with key constituencies (investors, students, staff, and communities). Areas of expertise include program development, fundraising, fiscal and legal accountability, policy development, board management, and strengthening ethical cultures in organizations.
Currently, Tish serves on the board of PathStone Corporation. Learn more about Tish here.
Nancy Dunleavy, Founder & CEO, Dunleavy & Associates (Session Co-Presenter)
In 2001, Nancy founded Dunleavy & Associates, a woman-owned business that empowers charitable organizations to achieve their fullest potential. She was named by LEADERSHIP Philadelphia as one of Philadelphia’s “Top 101 Connectors” and by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the 25 Women of Distinction in 2006. For the last three years, Dunleavy has been recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal as one of the top 100 women-owned businesses in Philly.
Nancy brings an extensive network of contacts and relationships to clients of the firm. Her ability to “cross industry sectors” has been cited as one of the characteristics of true connectors and she is successful in engaging collaborations between and among the educational community, the political community, the nonprofit community, and the corporate community.
A committed and engaged community leader, Nancy contributes her time and talent to several organizations and nonprofit boards of directors in the southeast PA region. She chairs the Gwynedd Mercy University Board of Trustees, and serves on the LEADERSHIP Philadelphia Board of Directors, as Treasurer of the Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau Board of Trustees, and Vice Chair of the Union League of Philadelphia Board of Directors. Learn more about Nancy here.
Thomas A. Tupitza, Esq., Knox McLaughlin Gornall & Sennett, P.C. (Session Co-Presenter)
Tom has advised clients in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors on governance, finance, and real estate matters for over 35 years. He has served as President of Knox Law – a 40-member firm based in Erie, with offices in Pittsburgh, North East, and Jamestown, New York – since 2007. He is currently included in The Best Lawyers in America® for Public Finance Law, Health Care Law, Real Estate Law, and Land Use & Zoning Law.
Tom is a graduate of Westminster College and Harvard Law School, where he served as Executive Editor of the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. In addition to his extensive professional service to nonprofits, Tom has volunteered on several nonprofit boards. He is currently Chair of the Erie Regional Chamber and Growth Partnership and a director of the United Way of Erie County, the Foundation for Erie’s Public Schools, and the Warner Theatre Preservation Trust. Learn more about Tom here.
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