We are excited to announce that the Nonprofit Executive Series webcasts, hosted by Xanegy, will kick off on Tuesday, September 26, with “Trends in Human Capital Management.” The Nonprofit Executive Series is a monthly webcast for nonprofit leaders. We are pleased to have the Workforce Go! as a presenter on this important topic. The nonprofit sector has historically suffered from high employee churn compared to the for profit sector, so this presentation is most relevant.
The October topic will be “Why Forward-thinking Nonprofits are Automating Expense Management” followed by “Trends in Grant Management Tracking and Reporting” in November.
Our goal for the Nonprofit Executive Series is to look at the internal operational challenges nonprofit leaders face as they strive to fulfill their mission and serve their constituents and community and then offer up some solutions in the form of best practices, processes and tools.
“Our first webcast, ‘Trends in Human Capital Management’ begins with issues around building and retaining a strong team,” says Xanegy President Bob Blake. “Every nonprofit is being disrupted. The workforce is undergoing radical changes with the need to manage a team comprised of millennials to baby boomers. Since teams are lean and time is finite, we will show how to leverage technology to increase employee engagement, as well as provide insights on attracting and retaining key talent.”
The fall and winter presentations in the Nonprofit Executive Series include:
Sep 26 – Trends in Human Capital Management
Oct 24 – Why Forward-thinking Nonprofits are Automating Expense Management
Nov 29 – Trends in Grant Management Tracking and Reporting
Dec 19 – 3 Essentials You Cannot Live Without: Budget Tracking, Transparency, and Regulatory Reporting
Jan 23 – Engaging Employees with Real-Time Data-at-a-Glance: Reporting and Dashboards
Feb 27 – Nonprofit Software Selection Journey
Mar 23 – Engaging Your IT Director: Cloud 101
Click on the titles above to register or visit our complete listing of events.
Xanegy assists nonprofit organizations with the purchase and implementation of cloud-based Sage Intacct. “Technology has never been more comprehensive, easy-to-use, and affordable for the nonprofit sector,” explains Blake. “Savvy Nonprofit leaders understand the importance of sound financials when it comes to attracting new sources of funding. When a financial management system is easy to use, program managers can operate programs at an optimal level.”
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