Inspiring, actionable and funny, this presentation will remind you that nonprofit leaders have exactly what it takes to lead in tough times. Join Joan Garry, an internationally recognized champion for the nonprofit sector, to learn how to thrive during uncertain times.
In this webinar you’ll gain smart, practical, and often humorous advice on how best to love your work and be as effective as possible, even in challenging times. Joan will also provide practical steps you can take as a nonprofit professional to prioritize your work, engage your board and volunteers, and rally your stakeholders around the need for your work and your vision for the future.
Joan Garry is the go-to resource for hundreds of thousands of nonprofit leaders worldwide. Through her blog, podcast and book, Joan Garry’s Guide to Nonprofit Leadership, she has become the ‘Dear Abby’ of the nonprofit sector, advocating for the success of nonprofits, large and small.
Joan began her career in 1981 as part of the management team that launched MTV. She followed this successful eight-year tenure with another successful run as an executive at Showtime Networks. Then, in 1997, while either having a midlife crisis or avoiding one, Garry was named the executive director of GLAAD, one of the largest gay rights organizations in the U.S. Today she brings all of this experience to her work as the Principal of Joan Garry Consulting, a boutique firm that helps nonprofits across a wide variety of sectors.
As a columnist for the Chronicle of Philanthropy, contributor to Harvard Business Review and Forbes Magazine, among others, Joan is a preeminent media spokesperson and thought leader on the role of the nonprofit sector in our society and is a sought after voice on issues facing the sector today.
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