INIE Trainings & Workshops Offerings

Nonprofit Professional Development Workshops

Overview: 1.5 hour workshops on nonprofit administration, communications, human resources, compliance, governance and leadership. Topics include Dealing with Difficult People; Advocacy; Grant Writing; and Relationship-Based Business Development. 25 seats available. Developed for nonprofit staff, board members and other interested parties.    

Dates: To be determined.

Nonprofit 101 (A, B)

Overview: A series of six 1.5 hour workshops developed for individuals interested in starting a nonprofit organization or beginning a career in nonprofit administration. Topics include 501c3 Formation; Finance; Fundraising; Communications; Board Relations; and Strategic Planning. 15 seats available. The series will be run twice in order to engage more total participants.   

Dates: To be determined.

Best Practices for Faith-Based Nonprofits

Overview: A series of four 1.5 hour workshops developed for faith-based nonprofit practitioners. Topics include Planning & Running a Productive Meeting; Documenting Your Organization's Processes Using a No-Cost Tool; Engaging Congregations in Your Cause; and Funding Your Work. 15 seats available. Developed for faith-based nonprofit staff, board members and other interested parties.  

Dates: To be determined.

The Art of Nonprofit Administration

Overview: A series of four 1.5 hour workshops developed for arts & cultural nonprofits. Topics include Community Resources for Nonprofits; Recruiting and Managing High-Skill Volunteers; Volunteer Speed Dating; and Jump Start! Action Planning for Volunteer-Run Nonprofits. 15 seats available. Developed for arts & cultural nonprofit staff, board members and other interested parties.  

Dates: To be determined.

Executive Director Roundtable

Overview: INIE’s Executive Directors’ Roundtable provides a unique opportunity for E.D.s, CEOs and other nonprofit agency heads to share ideas and resources in a collaborative, confidential environment. Each quarter, a different facilitator will lead a robust discussion on a topic of their choice. Participants will be invited to crowdsource solutions to organizational challenges from amongst the other attendees, as well as raise relevant experiences in order to solicit advice and feedback. 15 seats available. 

Dates: 8/17/2017, 11/17/2017

3 Sector Connector

Overview: INIE’s “3 Sector Connector” Series is an exclusive program that connects nonprofits with distinguished leaders in the community. This luncheon series, held on a quarterly basis and facilitated by the Honorable Marjorie Turnbull, will bring together preeminent Executive Directors, CEOs and Board Chairs with high-level community leaders from business, government and education for a robust discussion about the future of the Big Bend region. 25 seats available. 

Dates: 6/22/2017, 9/28/17, 12/12/2017 (Holiday Party)

Nonprofit Executive Program (A, B)

Overview: The Nonprofit Executive Program (NPEP) is a 12-hour training for nonprofit Executive Directors, CEOs, CFOs and COOs hosted by FSU’s Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship. Via a small group setting, participants are exposed to the “Lean Nonprofit Model” as well as other frameworks for executive decision-making. NPEP takes place over three, 4-hour sessions, and participants are expected to attend all three. 10-12 seats available.

Dates: To be determined.

Middle Manager Series (A, B)

Overview: This 12-hour program targets nonprofit middle managers with the goal of developing their professional skillset. Often overlooked, middle managers play a critical role in the administration of successful nonprofit programs and they represent the pipeline of future nonprofit leadership. This series takes place over three, 4-hour sessions, and participants are expected to attend all three. 20-22 seats available.

Volunteer Engagement Series

Overview: A quarterly series of 2 hour “lunch and learn” workshops designed for nonprofit volunteer coordinators, managers and board members. Topics include Authentic Volunteer Engagement; Volunteer Management Resources and Grants; Utilizing New Technology; and Effective Volunteer Appreciation. 25-30 seats available.

Dates: 6/6/2017, 9/5/2017, 12/5/2017

CFO Roundtable

Overview: A series of two 1.5 hour “lunch and learn” workshops developed for nonprofit CFOs and bookkeepers. Topics include Best Practices for Nonprofit CFOs and Bookkeepers; New Developments in Technology and Reporting; and Collective Troubleshooting. 25 seats available.

Dates: To be determined.

Board Treasurer Roundtable

Overview: A series of two 1.5 hour after-hours workshops developed for nonprofit board treasurers and prospective board treasurers. Topics include Best Practices for Budgeting and Reporting; Ensuring Organizational Accountability; Working Effectively with Staff and Other Board Members; and Collective Troubleshooting. 15 seats available.

Dates: To be determined.

Financial Training for Board Members

Overview: An after-hours workshop developed for nonprofit board members and prospective board members. Topics include Best Practices for Fiscal Oversight; Basic Budgeting; Mandatory Paperwork and Reporting; and Frequently Asked Questions Related to Nonprofit Finance. The workshop will be presented on two separate dates in order to encourage greater participation. 25 seats available.

Dates: To be determined.

INIE Perks & Privileges

Overview: An introduction to INIE’s resources and membership benefits. Designed primarily for new or prospective members, this breakfast series will include coffee and a light breakfast as well as an overview of INIE’s programming and the benefits associated with an INIE membership. 20 seats available.

Dates: 7/18/2017, 9/19/2017, 11/15/2017