Past Event—Interactive Sessions—Tech(niques) for Facing an Uncertain (and Scary) World—An Ongoing Series

Wednesday, May 13 and Wednesday May 27, Joshua Peskay and Kim Snyder of RoundTable Technology will be hosting an interactive series in which we will introduce participants to methods and mindsets that were built for an unpredictable world. We will show how to be agile in response to changing needs, how to be accountable to colleagues and results and how to foster an attitude of resilience.

Participants will work together to learn and practice agile methods, build accountability to each other and results and leave with a real working plan to put into practice.

Past Event—Webinar—Virtual Events for the Masses—Co-Presented by Wingo NYC on May 7th

Virtual events have quickly become necessary communication and fundraising tools for nonprofits. In this interactive webinar, you’ll get up to speed on best practices to plan and implement an event for your organization. Whether you’re taking your gala virtual, holding a town hall to update supporters or gathering a group of major donors, you will learn from experts about the opportunities that virtual events create for nonprofits. You’ll also learn the nuts and bolts of how to choose a platform, strategies to design a compelling program, requirements for staffing the technical backend and how to turn your virtual event into a fundraising success.

Past Event—Webinar—Suddenly Remote —An Ongoing Series for MANP Members—Join Us Tuesdays

Most of us are suddenly working remotely. Some people take remote for granted, others are starting from scratch. Others aren’t even sure how it applies to their work. All of us are struggling to work in a rapidly changing environment.

MANP Members are invited to join this weekly interactive series, Suddenly Remote, led by Joshua Peskay starting April 7-April 28. Each week we’ll start with 20-40 minutes of content, then have open conversations to get ideas and questions from participants to help EVERYONE learn to not only adjust to remote work but thrive.

Past Event—Online Training—NTEN Professional Certificate Course—Project Management Fundamentals on April 22nd

When it comes to complex technology projects, the challenges of scope, budget, vendor relations, ROI, timelines, change management, and resources can be overwhelming obstacles to success. Nonprofits often have limited capacity to effectively plan, implement, and evaluate projects.

Learn how you can overcome those obstacles and successfully take on complete complex projects. This course will help you ask the hard question that is critical to any project’s success: What problem are you solving?

Past Event—Webinar—Suddenly Remote —An Ongoing Series—Join Us This Week

Most of us are suddenly working remotely. Some people take remote for granted, others are starting from scratch. Others aren’t even sure how it applies to their work. All of us are struggling to work in a rapidly changing environment.

NOTE: We’ll use the acronym WFH as shorthand for Work From Home or Remote Work. For most people and organizations, the immediate challenge is both. Remote Work in general and Work From Home in particular.

Past Event—Webinar—Working Remotely: Navigating Cybersecurity Without an IT Team at Your Fingertips on April 10th

Over the past few years, new legislation designed to protect consumer data privacy has swept the nation. Laws such as, The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security (NY SHIELD) and Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act (COPRA) have been enacted or proposed and are starting to be enforced. This trend isn’t stopping within our borders.

Past Event—Online Training—Nonprofit New York Workshop—Tame Your Inbox on March 5

Drowning in email? Feel like dealing your inbox is an endless game of Whack-a-Mole? Wish you could spend more time on important tasks and projects and less time mired in messages? If so, this interactive webinar is for you. We’ll explore why this problem is so pervasive and provide ways both individuals and organizations can make email more manageable. We’ll have multiple quizzes throughout the session with chances to win prizes for attendees.

Past Event—Webinar—Defend & Protect – Your Path to Compliance with New Cybersecurity Laws on February 27th

You may or may not have heard of new privacy laws sweeping the nation.

If you haven’t heard of new laws like CCPA (the California Consumer Privacy Act) NY SHIELD (New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security) and COPRA (Consumer Online Privacy Rights Act) yet, you will.

These new laws are just the beginning of a clear trend toward regulating the privacy and security of information for individuals. What these laws have in common is that they mandate “reasonable cybersecurity” measures for organizations that collect personal information of individuals.

Past Event—In-person Event at Civic Hall in New York City—The Biggest Cyber Threats —February 19

Between ongoing cybersecurity threats, emerging technology, and new data privacy laws, cybersecurity best practices have moved from nice-to-have to must-have for nonprofit organizations.

This session will break down cybersecurity into common-sense, understandable components that you can use to help your organization move toward greater cybersecurity maturity. We will help you understand how to think about what information is important to protect and how much protection it might need. Then we’ll give you specific tools, practices and templates to help you get started.

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