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Event Date: 04.13.2021
Part of Mass Cultural Council’s Recover, Rebuild, Renew Series
Building on Part 1, this session will help nonprofit leaders take stock of where their organization stands in the face of compounding health and economic crises. After presenting a framework for understanding a nonprofit’s strengths, NFF will provide tools for assessing your organization’s position, setting priorities, communicating needs, and planning amidst uncertainty.
Outcomes: At the end of this session, participants will be able to take stock of where they are amidst compounding health and economic crises and how to navigate uncertainty.
Firm: Nonprofit Finance Fund, New York, NY & Boston, MA
Content Expert: Michael Kass
Michael Kass is a consultant with Nonprofit Finance Fund and the Founder of Story & Spirit, a consulting and coaching practice dedicated to helping individuals and organizations reconnect with and harness the power of their stories to create change. Over the past 25 years, he has worked in a wide range of capacities in the nonprofit sector, from grant writing and fundraising to executive management, program evaluation, and management consulting. Michael’s workshops on organizational and ethical storytelling have been featured at events hosted by Center for Nonprofit Management, The Nonprofit Partnership, Association of Fundraising Professionals, SOCAP, United Way Los Angeles, Annennberg Alchemy Plus, Civic Hall New York, and many others. As the pandemic unfolded in 2020, he partnered with Conveners.org to create a certification course in Virtual Convenings that has reached social impact professionals all over the world. Michael is an International Coach Federation certified Executive Coach, a certified meditation instructor, and likes brownies perhaps a little too much.
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Note: This is a two-part series. Register for Part 1.