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Dangers or Opportunities?, by Keela

Dangers or Opportunities? is FREE courtesy of Keela

What trends to watch out for to strengthen and defend your nonprofit

Matt Hugg, President & Founder of Nonprofit.Courses

Change is constant. It always was. It’s the rate of change that’s shocking. In this webinar we’ll look at what’s changing for nonprofits and if you can take advantage of the changes, or should defend against them. We’ll also look at what’s not changing, and why that’s important, too. Be prepared for challenges and enlightenment on this especially important topic.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the presentation the attendees will…

  • Learn which trends are important to watch that will impact their organizations and  stakeholders.
  • What buffers they can employ to weather changes.
  • How they can take advantage of change and use it to move their nonprofits forward.

About Matt Hugg

Matt Hugg is founder of Nonprofit.Courses, an on-demand, eLearning resource for nonprofit leaders, staff, board members and volunteers, with hundreds of courses on nearly every aspect of nonprofit work. He’s the author of The Guide to Nonprofit Consulting; Fun Scenarios for Practical Fundraising Education for Boards, Staff and Volunteers; and the marketing chapters in The Healthcare Nonprofit: Keys to Effective Management. Over his 30-year career, Hugg has held management and fundraising positions at the Boy Scouts of America, Lebanon Valley College, the University of Cincinnati, Ursinus College, and the University of the Arts. Matt teaches fundraising, management, and marketing at a number of graduate programs and corporation, online, and in person in the United States, Africa, Asia and Europe. He is also a popular conference speaker. He has a BS from Juniata College and an MA in Philanthropy and Development from St. Mary’s University of Minnesota.

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