The Nonprofit Leadership Academy presented by Haynes Downard seeks to educate your nonprofit’s leadership on today’s pertinent topics in order to help your organization operate more efficiently and effectively. The Academy’s three seminars will cover topics ranging from employment matters, governance topics and nonprofit financial statements on October 8th, November 12th and December 3rd.
This three-part seminar series will simplify relevant topics that are oftentimes confusing to nonprofit leadership. In October, Academy attendees will explore employment matters including how to classify employees correctly – independent contractor or employee and exempt or non-exempt, as well as the differences between employees, volunteers and interns. November’s seminar covers governance issues, including good policies and practices, financial transparency and lobbying versus advocacy along with the limits of each. The three-part series concludes in December with an in-depth lesson on nonprofit financial statements, as well as assisting you in understanding the differences between an audit, review or compilation.
Each Academy seminar is designed to be informative on its own, but completing the three-part series offers an all-encompassing, enriching experience that will greatly benefit your nonprofit’s leadership.