NCNE is excited to announce new opportunities (a book release and an online event) for connection and learning that is crucial for nonprofit leaders during these challenging times. Leaders of nonprofit organizations have faced unprecedented financial pressures in recent years. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for nonprofit services have risen, but the financial landscape has become more volatile and unstable. Whatever financial pressures lay ahead; the resilient nonprofit organization will be prepared to face them.
Dr. Dennis Young, founder of NCNE, and Dr. Elizabeth Searing recently have published the book, Resilience and the Management of Nonprofit Organizations.
Start or renew your NCNE membership to receive a special promo code for 50% off the book (a $55 value!) on this paradigm shifting work that can help them guide their organization to develop resiliency!
FREE ONLINE EVENT HELD
Based on their new book, Dr. Dennis Young and Dr. Elizabeth Searing, presented dimensions from the new paradigm of resilience for nonprofit management in the free online event, Resilience: A New Framework for Nonprofit Management. The event was held on Friday, September 30, 2022, in partnership with the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management in Baruch College.
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