Monthly Bulletin – Training

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Training


Do Some Good Webinar: Mobile App

Date: Thursday, April 19, 2018, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
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Join Abbey, our Charity Engagement Manager, as she demonstrates new features on the mobile app that make it easier for volunteers, businesses and supporters to raise money for your cause, find volunteer opportunities and help share your story on the go!

-Source: Newsletter, Do Some Good, March 2018

Marketing & Fundraising Summit

Date: Wednesday, April 25, 2018, 9:00 am
Location: Simon Fraser University, 8888 University Drive, Burnaby
Cost: Free
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What Do You Have Your Sights Set On?

Join us at the Vancouver Marketing and Fundraising Summit for a full day of fresh content, fantastic company, and a lot of fun—all for free (yes, really). We’re bringing together hundreds of your peers and the brightest minds in the philanthropic sector to share their perspectives on marketing and fundraising. You’ll discover innovative ways to attract new constituents, leverage donor data effectively, engage with your supporters on a more personal level, and so much more.

We’ve got the content, coffee, and cuisine covered. Just bring your marketing and fundraising friends and get ready to turn your vision into reality!

-Source: Newsletter, Blackbaud Canada, 26 March 2018

2018 Nonprofit Recruitment and Retention Best Practices

Date: Thursday, April 26, 2018, 10:00 am – 11:00 am PST
Cost: Free
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Are your nonprofit’s recruitment or retention efforts becoming a much more critical factor for maintaining organizational sustainability and executing mission-driven initiatives?

With the national unemployment rate steadily declining, and a substantial increase in expectations for competitive benefits and salaries, nonprofits are definitely feeling the squeeze—especially when competing against for-profit organizations for key staff members. How can we overcome these challenges when funding support is steady at best, and often decreasing?

Join Mary Hughes, Senior Consultant at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits, for a webinar that will help you develop a framework for effective recruitment and retention strategies in the current workforce environment.

You will learn how to:
  • Attract stronger candidates and enhance their loyalty to your nonprofit
  • Establish a path to compensation growth for valued front-line staff members
  • Gain board support for increased compensation and investment in employee development

-Source: Newsletter, Nonprofit Quarterly, 4 April 2018

Transitions & Transformations: May 2-4, 2018

Dates: May 1-4, 2018
Location: Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, 7551 Westminster Highway, Richmond, BC
Cost: $60 – $500
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Please join us for the 20th National and 12th Triennial International Child and Youth Care Conference on the ancestral and unceded territories of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the Musqueam peoples, commonly known as Richmond, BC.

This conference will include 3 full convening days and an Educators’ Day filled with empowering opportunities to learn, share, network, and be inspired! Registration closes April 15, 2018.

-Source: Newsletter, The Federation of Community Social Services of BC, 5 April 2018

Arts BC’s 2018 Conference: Engagement in the #NewArtsEra

Date: May 10-12, 2018
Location: Nikkei Museum and Cultural Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby
Cost: $125 – $400
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What does engagement look like in a new arts era? In an effort to attract and retain audiences and maintain relevancy to their communities, organizations and artists are experimenting with a wide range of innovative engagement programs and activities and doing so at a strategic level.

Join us at the beautiful Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre where you’ll experience three days packed with learning and networking opportunities with arts and culture leaders from all over BC!

-Source: Newsletter, ArtsBC, 31 January 2018

Dr. Gabor Maté – Helping Professionals in Compassionate Inquiry

Date: May 25-27, 2018
Location: Songhees Wellness Centre, 1100 Admirals Road, Victoria
Cost: $495
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Compassionate Inquiry is a powerful technique for assisting clients to access deep healing and transformation. This workshop is suitable for all helping professionals including social workers, therapists, and health care providers who wish to help liberate their patients/clients from the unconscious dynamics running their lives. In this experiential workshop Gabor, with volunteer participants, will model the Compassionate Inquiry process throughout. In addition, all participants will have the opportunity to practice the method with each other in small groups.

Dr. Maté will teach about:
  • Understanding trauma
  • Establishing safety
  • Attuning to the client
  • Paying attention to sensations and emotions in the present moment
  • Recognizing body states, voice patterns, body language
  • Paying attention to the actual words the client is using
  • Linking present experiences to childhood experiences
  • Uncovering hidden assumptions and beliefs that contribute to suffering
  • Encouraging responsibility
  • Expressing gratitude towards discomfort
  • Appropriate self-disclosure
  • Being playful

-Source: Newsletter, The Base Healing Community, 19 January 2018
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