The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits will present “Duke Energy Nonprofit Series: Building the Capacity to Lead” on Thursday, Aug. 15, 8:30-10:30 a.m., at the Hampton Inn & Suites in Aberdeen.
The workshop is sponsored by Duke Energy, in partnership with the Moore County Chamber of Commerce. Topics include an exploration of twelve core management principles to improve and strengthen nonprofit organizations. Pamela Palmer, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Human Relations and Nonprofit Studies programs at High Point University, is the keynote speaker.
Strong nonprofits have a diverse team of leaders – staff and board – who embrace the mission and clearly understand their goals and responsibilities. Based on the Center’s updated guide, Principles & Practices: Best Practices for North Carolina Nonprofits, these interactive workshops offer both new and experienced nonprofit leaders an exploration of twelve core management principles, from advocacy and civic engagement to board governance and legal compliance, for nonprofits to improve and strengthen their organizations. Participants receive a copy of Principles & Practices.
Not only do nonprofits support our communities through a delicate web of services, but they also put $46.3 billion back into North Carolina’s economy. To maintain the trust and respect of our communities, it’s important that nonprofits manage and govern themselves by clearly defined and transparent principles and practices that allow organizations to build their internal capacity while adapting their work to the needs that evolve in their communities.
Workshop seating is limited. The cost to attend is $15 for the public, members of the Moore County Chamber of Commerce may attend for free. The Hampton Inn & Suites is located at 200 Columbus Drive in Aberdeen.
For additional information or to register to attend, visit https://www.ncnonprofits.org/events/duke-energy-nonprofit-series-building-capacity-lead