If you haven’t had the chance to sit in on a training with Martin J Cowling, now’s your chance! I am excited that Martin will be coming to Seattle (all the way from Australia!) to present a workshop on Recession Proofing Your Volunteer Program.
I’ve had the opportunity to participate in workshops with Martin at the National Conference on Service and Volunteerism. He is fantastic!
If you’ve been concerned about how the economic downturn is affecting your program and are interested in learning about strategies to build a more resilient program, even when times are tough, then Martin’s training is for you.
Recession Proofing Your Volunteer Program
Date: September 29th
Time: 9:00-4:00 pm
Location: 2100 Bldg, Seattle
Cost: Only $50.00 for a full day of Advanced Training!
Are you concerned about the impact of the economic downturn on your Organizations Volunteer Program? Please join us for a full day of training with Martin J. Cowling to learn strategies for recession proofing your volunteer program and preparing your organization for the future of volunteering. Martin will discuss current trends in volunteer management and the important role of 21st Century volunteer managers.
Martin J Cowling, CEO of People First – Total Solutions, an international trainer and consultant working with nonprofits in Australia and internationally, brings his experience from his own volunteering in Australia and El Salvador, and combines that with over 20 years of experience in leadership and management roles in the nonprofit sector. Martin believes that people are the key to success or the very reason for the failure of a project. He is passionate about ensuring successful relationships between organizations, staff and volunteers!
Detail of Training Day:
§ Welcome & Introductions
§ Session 1: Volunteer Management Trends Today
§ Morning Break
§ Session 2: Recession Proofing Your Volunteer Program
§ Session 3: People First & the Volunteer Program Assessment
§ Session 4: Preparing Your Organization for the Future of Volunteering
§ Session 5: Being a 21st Century Manager