Human Resources

2018 Walking the Talk Webinar Series

In 2018, the North Carolina Center for Nonprofits launched the initiative, Walking the Talk: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in North Carolina Nonprofits, to address the nonprofit racial and generational leadership gaps while lifting up equity, diversity, and inclusion in all North Carolina nonprofits. The 2018 Walking the Talk Webinar Series includes the four webinars that helped to introduce and progress the initiative.

 

How to Give and Receive Feedback: A Proven Model That Works

Have you ever given or received feedback and it didn't turn out the way you expected? Giving and receiving feedback, especially when constructive, can be an intimidating experience. But without feedback, there can be no development. Leaders need feedback to create commitment, reinforce positive behavior, influence change, and reach goals. The good news is that feedback is a skill and can be learned. Giving and receiving feedback are skills we can practice and do better. Presented by Michelle Cole and Lisa Lopez of Development by Design, this webinar explores:

Defending Your Organization Against Hackers, Fraudsters, and Cyberthugs

Lee Painter, principal at CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, presented this webinar to help your organization identify cybersecurity trends and tactics hackers are using, recognize common email phishing attacks and information security weaknesses, and outline strategies to mitigate risks related to phishing, ransomware, and other costly data breaches.

 

Webinar Recording: $25

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Overview of RFP Process for Nonprofits, Charities, and Libraries

When well-crafted, Request for Proposals (RFP) can introduce an organization to high-quality vendor-partners and consultants from outside their established networks and ensure that a project is completed as planned. In An Overview of the RFP Process for Nonprofits, Charities, and Libraries, TechSoup offers basic considerations for each phase of the RFP process. 

Walking the Talk: Moving from Ally to Accomplice: Supporting LGBTQIA Members of Your Organization

Does your organization want to learn more about how to effectively include members of the LGBTQIA community? Does everyone in your organization understand what all those letters mean? Could your nonprofit use support with best practices and creating an affirming culture for LGBTQIA colleagues and community members?

10 Keys to Hiring the Best Candidate While Reducing Biases & Building Partnerships

Think about the last time you interviewed a potential new hire. Did you get excited to see someone who went to your school or knew one of your friends? It’s normal for things like a candidate’s degree, alma mater, or mutual connections to influence you; however, those factors may not have anything to do with the job they’re applying for.