Teaming During an Epidemic: How to Keep Remote Teams Motivated & Engaged

Many nonprofit teams are not equipped to handle unexpected, chaotic, or emotionally-charged situations. The best way to remedy that gap is to take steps that will help your team apply critical thinking skills to the situation at hand. These skills will help the team make the best possible decisions when facing unexpected circumstances beyond their control.

The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits and Duke Energy have teamed up with the Nonprofit Risk Management Center to offer a FREE four-part webinar series, Building Organizational Resilience, to help your nonprofit take the necessary steps to prepare for a crisis.


Teaming During an Epidemic: How to Keep Remote Teams Motivated & Engaged

Telework has been a reality for many nonprofits for quite some time. But until recently, remote workers comprised a small percentage of the workforce. In today’s world, the ability to mobilize a larger remote workforce is a key part of keeping a nonprofit up and running during a crisis. This webinar offers practical tips to inspire and build trust and meaningful connections among teams that are meeting online or by phone.


Register now.

This webinar is Part 1 of a four-part series on Building Organizational Resilience. Register for all four webinars.


Event Date(s): 
Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 11:15am to 11:45am
Melanie Herman, Executive Director, Nonprofit Risk Management Center
Anywhere, NC 00000
United States
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