Date(s) - 03/28/2019
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Impact Hub Boston
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 guests at this session will be Tad Mayer and Kelsa Summer Roidt, trainer and coaches for Habitus Incorporated. The topic will be on negotiation, communication, and conflict management for nonprofit success. This session will be held at Impact Hub Boston from 10:00am – 12:00 pm on March 28, 2019.
Here’s what Tad and Kelsa says about the session:
“Non-profit organizations are constantly having to engage in negotiation, whether it’s to secure funding, solicit donations from donors, or collaborate with colleagues. This Roundtable will help non-profit professional navigate different negotiation techniques while learning how to hold their ground and demonstrate value. They will also learn how to take stock of the people they are dealing with, determine the level of trust, and maneuver for their ideal outcome.
This Roundtable is appropriate for all levels of non-profit professionals and will enable each attendee to be more self-aware and empower them to work around their own disadvantages. An important part of this Roundtable will be assessing who is in the room and what they would like to take away in order to call this session a success. Discussion and collaboration are key, so come prepared to learn from those around you.
This session is appropriate for anyone who has to work with someone else for something they want. Folks of any job title or organizational size will find this session helpful. No prior experience is necessary for this session.”
About the featured guests:
Tad is president of Career Negotiations at Habitus. As an employee engagement trainer and career coach, he has empowered professionals to advance. Tad works with companies to reduce turnover by helping early professionals network internally, managers identify valuable business initiatives that align with their professional aspirations, and executives identify roadblocks to overcome. He also works with individuals to move forward in their careers. He has also co-authored the forthcoming book Own the Job Hunt.
Tad has conducted workshops and webinars on career development for organizations such as General Assembly, MIT, Harvard University, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Lowell and ValleyWorks career centers, and various networking groups. He is a facilitator of WIND / South, a regular forum for professionals in job transition.
Kelsa Summer Roidt
Kelsa holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Marlboro College in Economics and Politics. She holds an MBA in Managing for Sustainability from Marlboro College Graduate and Professional Studies.
Full scholarships are available to qualified employees of nonprofit organizations.
Please apply by using the link below by Tuesday, March 5. We will notify all applicants of acceptance status on Thursday, March 7.