In Part II of this three-part series, we'll build on the concepts of
equity, diversity, and inclusion by exploring personal and professional power.
You'll understand the concepts of harnessing, holding, and giving power.
We'll also dive into sharing power, and where and how this is possible at all stages of the volunteer engagement cycle.
You'll leave this session with:
- How to recognize and handle power sharing across
the volunteer engagement cycle
- Getting comfortable with difficult situations and how to handle them
- Tools to build an action plan to share power with colleagues and volunteers
Tanya Hannah Rumble, CFRE
Tanya Hannah Rumble, a nonprofit sector leader who has rasied millions for some of Canada's largest charities, including the Heart and Stroke Foundation, the Canadian Cancer Society, McMaster University, and now Ryerson University. Tanya is passionate able equity, diversity, and inclusion; and power and privilege and how these intersect with philanthropy. She is deeply engaged in transforming the philanthropic sector as a leadership volunteer in the sector, an entrepreneur in the organizations where she works and governs, as a writer and speaker in the fundraising sector, and as a mentor.
Registration closing Monday July 4, 2022 @ 5:00pm
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