New York Capacity Building Collaborative Workshops

The New York Capacity Building Collaborative provides free trainings to nonprofit grantees of Brooklyn Community Foundation, Daphne Foundation, Korean American Community Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Foundation, North Star Fund, The Scherman Foundation, and Stonewall Community Foundation.

If you are a current grantee, we encourage you to apply to participate in these upcoming events:


MANAGEMENT CENTER TRAININGS

These workshops are designed to support new managers to take their skills to the next level, especially managers of color and staff who are in line to take over as the organization's next executive director.

Date: Apr 25-26, 2017 and April 28, 2017
Time: 10AM-5:30PM
Register: https://northstarfund.org/events/management-center-trainings

Managing to Change the World

April 25-26
10AM-5:30PM

The Managing to Change the World crash course is a two-day training on key management practices that help visionary leaders deliver on their aspirations. Through this highly practical training, participants will explore and practice tools that differentiate high-performing organizations—from effectively assigning roles and responsibilities and setting goals, to hiring a diverse team of superstars, managing across lines of difference, and giving effective, and unbiased feedback. The training will incorporate a mix of engaging visuals, lecture, discussion, group activities and practice.

* If possible, we would like two people per organization to attend this training. Your reports do not need to attend the Owning the Work training, but you may find it helpful.

Owning the Work

April 28
10AM-5:30PM

To accompany the training for managers, the Owning the Work one-day crash course is designed to leave staff empowered and equipped to drive their work forward even more effectively. Participants will learn practices for getting aligned with their manager and broader teams, clarifying roles and goals, managing their time, and being a proactive player in pushing through roadblocks in the work. Staff members who attend will also build common language with their managers, practicing some of the management tools taught in the Managing to Change the World training. The training will also incorporate a mix of engaging visuals, lecture, discussion, group activities and practice.

* In order to attend this training, your manager must attend the Managing to Change the World training.

Space is limited. Each person should submit their own application. Please submit your application by Thursday, April 13, 2017. We'll confirm if you have been accepted (or put on the waiting list) by April 18, 2017.

The Management Center helps social justice leaders learn how to build and run more effective organizations. Since 2006, they have worked with more than 300 of the most influential social justice groups in the country and trained over 10,000 individual managers, instilling the practices that help great leaders deliver great results. 

 


Trainings are open to grantees of Brooklyn Community Foundation, Daphne Foundation, Korean American Community Foundation, Mertz Gilmore Foundation, New York Foundation, New York Women's Foundation, North Star Fund, Sherman Foundation, and Stonewall Community Foundation.