Updated: Oct 16, 2018
Friday, September 21, 9:30 - 11:30 am
AARP Conference Room, One Beacon Street, Boston
Many of us have come to believe that survival depends on doing more with less. But there are effective ways to add time, skills and knowledge to build capacity. Organizations that successfully leverage the power of volunteers are more productive, sustainable and operate more efficiently, with an ROI of up to 600%.
Think about the biggest challenges and opportunities your organizations faces. Now think about your capacity to address them. If there is a gap, as there is in most organizations, or if you know you could achieve more if you had a larger team and access to a greater range of skills, this seminar is for you.
You will learn how you can become a Service Enterprise, which includes a research-based assessment, team-based training, individualized coaching and national certification. Since most of the cost is covered by a grant through the Massachusetts Service Alliance, you get a program valued at $3500 for only $250.
Lisl Hacker, Director of Training for the Massachusetts Service Alliance, will lead this seminar. Join Lisl, along with local nonprofit leaders who have completed the program, to learn how you and your organization can benefit from Service Enterprise.