Pollyanna Principles: A New and Revolutionary Way Nonprofits Can Change the World

Posted by on September 03, 2012

Bucks Catalyst Center offers nonprofit management training

The Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management, in partnership with MileStone Bank, will sponsor a series of nonprofit management trainings this fall.

On September 19th from 4-6pm the center will present Pollyanna Principles: A New and Revolutionary Way Nonprofits Can Change the World, presented by Michael Kumer, Boards MTO.

The Pollyanna Principles is considered by many to be the single most important contribution to the nonprofit sector in many, many years. During this workshop participants will learn how The Pollyanna Principles can help you create a transformational future for your organization and your community.

This seminar will be followed by a networking reception until 7pm at Aldie Mansion.

On October 23rd from 8:30am to noon, the center will present Communication & Community Impact: Critical Components in the Funding Relationship, presented by Dawn Prall George, CopperBeech Consulting.  The relationship an organization has with a funder is a 2 way relationship that is critical to success. Now more than ever, effectively communicating the impact your organization is having on its constituents and within the community can mean the difference between a grant proposal that is funded or one that is denied. The workshop will help participants learn effective and proven strategies and methods that can improve and strengthen the relationship.

On November 13th from 8:30am to noon, the center will present Time Management, The Art of Getting Things Done.

To register and for more information, visit the Training and Events page of The Catalyst Center for Nonprofit Management.


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