Date(s) - 09/13/2018
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tech Networks of Boston (TNB) exists to provide integrated and managed technology services to nonprofits and other mission-based organizations, and it’s also our privilege to offer you professional development opportunities through our Roundtable series. Our featured guest at our September 13th session will be Jonathan Spack, former chief executive officer of TSNE MissionWorks; the topic will be how nonprofit organizations can develop, nurture, and sustain a healthy organizational culture. This session will be held at EMPath’s Seccomb Room from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Here’s what Jonathan says:
“A healthy organizational culture, where staff and constituents feel respected and heard, can reduce turnover, prevent conflicts from exploding into crises, and unlock creative strategies and solutions at all levels of the organization. In this interactive session, participants will discuss and debate the role of leadership in developing and sustaining a healthy workplace environment. They will also come away with practical ideas for improving the culture at their own workplaces.
“This session is for employees of nonprofit organizations of any size, and for anyone in a position of formal or informal leadership who is interested in reflecting on and developing their leadership abilities. This includes staff at all levels.”
Here’s a little more about Jonathan:
Jonathan Spack was CEO of Third Sector New England (now TSNE MissionWorks) for 34 years. During his tenure, TSNE grew its programs and stature dramatically, becoming a national leader in fiscal sponsorship, succession planning, social purpose, real estate, and network-based grantmaking. Jonathan is co-founder of the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors, the Nonprofit Centers Network, and the Massachusetts Nonprofit Network. He also spearheaded TSNE’s acquisition and development of the NonProfit Center in downtown Boston as a focal point of social justice activity in the city.
Earlier in his career, Jonathan served as a legal services attorney and a federal discrimination complaints examiner. He holds a B.A. from Brandeis University, a master’s degree in human services management from the Heller School at Brandeis, where he served as executive in residence, and a J.D. from NYU Law School.
Full scholarships are available to qualified employees of nonprofit organizations.
Please apply by using the link below by Thursday, August 9th. Applicants will be notified of acceptance on Monday, August 13th .