Classes

We lead classes on learning topics and produce learning series for nonprofits on topics that matter. As you can imagine, we infuse our nonprofit learning events with everything we know about adult learning so they are engaging and outcome-focused. Click here to go directly to our series on nonprofit topics.

Upcoming classes

2020
November 30: Association Trends Learnapalooza – Next Level Learning Programs

2021
January 14 & 28: Design for Results: How to create curriculum that leads to change
March 9 & 16: Build a Learning Strategy to Expand Reach, Revenue, and Impact

ON DEMAND
Online Leading and Learning (recorded 10/1/20): Available for purchase

LEARNING classes

We work with associations, community foundations, and other partners to deliver these workshops:

Online Leading and Learning: A two-hour session designed to help nonprofit and public sector leaders deliver effective meetings or trainings online. It explores ways to increase engagement and the results of a Zoom (or other) online event. (Recording available for purchase. Contact us to learn more.)

The Trainer Academy: A two-part series that dives more deeply into workshop design and delivery. It provides research-based guidance on how to turn information into instruction. It shares tips on ways to increase engagement so people remember what they learn.

Conferences That Make A Difference: Conferences take a lot of planning. Why not set yourself up for success by learning how to make your next conference learningful. We will walk through the four key steps in achieving your reach, revenue, and impact goals.

Build a Learning Strategy: Associations and nonprofits can build a learning strategy that expands reach, revenue, and impact. This course covers the core elements of a learning strategy: learning philosophy, business model, pricing, and policies to support success.

NONPROFIT series

Reemergence Series: Offered in partnership with community foundations and associations, this series helps nonprofits emerge out of COVID more resilient and collaborative.

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