CNM's newest affinity group, CFO Circle, met for the first time on Friday, April 29 to discuss cyber security with Nashville Computer. Sessions are presented in partnership with Avenue Bank.
During CNM’s “Changing Nashville Neighborhoods: The Effects on Nonprofits” session, teams gathered to discuss how gentrification is effecting their organizations, and how CNM could help with this issue. Read more in this post about the ideas that were shared.
This week, we’re focusing on one current HR issue that will affect us all: a lack of opportunities for young nonprofit professionals.
CNM held a forum with several presentations and panels on April 15, 2016 to discuss the effects of gentrification on nonprofits specifically.
The newest affinity group, CFO Circle, is designed for CFOs and finance directors at the management level of nonprofits with budgets of $500,000 and above. Sessions are free and only open to CNM members. First session topic: cyber security.
Chances are, your nonprofit possesses resources that are not fully utilized - your board of directors, for example. So how can you realize your board's complete potential? One answer: negotiation theory.
The Governance Catalyst cohort is an innovative and unique opportunity to enhance the core of an organization's strength: its leadership. From a pool of applicants, eight nonprofit teams of CEOs and board chairs were chosen to participate.
Trevecca Nazarene University is conducting research on emotional intelligence, transformational leadership, and leader efficacy among nonprofit leaders.