Members of NOVAA* have the opportunity to purchase all four NOVAA workshops for the 2019/20 year as a package deal! If you are not already a member, but would like to join to get this benefit and many others, join now!
The package deal for all four workshops is $180. That's a 25% discount!
This special deal includes attendance to:
Wednesday, September 18, 2019:
Long Distance Management of Volunteers with Rick Lynch
Thursday, November 7, 2019:
How To Meaningfully Measure Program Impact with Steve Patty
Wednesday, February 19, 2020: Creating Affirming Spaces for LGBTQ+ Individuals with Seth Johnstone
Thursday, April 23, 2020:
Compassion Fatigue and the Art of Self Care with Katherina Alexandre
All workshops will be from 8:30am - 12:30pm and will be held in Portland aside from the September 18th training, which will be at the Oregon Food Bank in Beaverton.
*The package deal discount is also available to members of other Volunteer Management associations such as DVPA, MVVMA, NOVA, and ALIVE.
Learn more about these workshops and other NOVAA events on our calendar.
ABOUT THE TRAINERS
Richard Lynch is a Seattle-based management consultant with a variety of clients in the United States, Canada, England and Russia. He is the president of Lynch Associates, a consulting firm whose mission is to help organizations create work environments which foster commitment and excitement and positive self-esteem. Each year, Rick speaks at approximately 150 workshops, conventions, and conferences in North America and Europe on topics related to personal growth and management effectiveness. He is the author of the books Precision Management and Getting Out of Your Own Way and of a monograph called “Developing Your Leadership Potential.” He is the co-author of the books Volunteer Management and Secrets of Leadership. Lead, his book on leadership was published by Jossey-Bass in January 1993.
Steve Patty has over 20 years of experience working in the field of evaluation and leadership development. He holds a Ph.D. from Trinity in Chicago and has been trained at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He is a former department chair at Multnomah University and visiting professor in the doctoral departments of business at the International University of Monaco. Steve has trained hundreds of leaders in evaluation strategy and design and has consulted with organizations and foundations throughout North America and internationally in evaluation.
Seth Johnstone is the LGBTQ Education Specialist for the Bridge 13 Community Education Project at SMYRC (Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Resource Center). In addition to facilitating equity trainings, Seth holds a staff role at SMYRC’s resource center, working with and being inspired by queer and trans young people. Seth believes deeply in the role that community education can play in motivating people into action, awakening empathy, building alliances, and developing robust and accessible resources.
Katherina Alexandre, M.A.Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional is recognized in the field of compassion fatigue and positive self-care activities that enhance well-being, solidify a commitment to self-care and team alliances.