Classes, Workshops, and Presentations

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Free Consultations

The current pandemic is forcing organizations of all sizes and missions to re-evaluate strategic plans, hiring decisions and even their mission. During this difficult time we are pleased to offer free, one-hour consultations via Zoom to help you think through the implications and ramifications of the Corona pandemic on your organization. Please fill out our contact form to schedule.

Elizabeth Scott, PhD, CEO/President

Manager 101 Bootcamp
Virtual Class: March 10, 2021

Join Tidewater Community College and Brighter Strategies’ founder Elizabeth Scott for Manager 101 Bootcamp.
This class focuses on three key areas of management:

  1. Improving Self-Awareness & Developing your Personal Management Style
  2. Managing Your Team (i.e. delegation, team development, accountability, managing change, etc)
  3. Building Strategic Communication Skills & Dealing with Difficult Conversations (i.e. giving & receiving feedback, improving communication skills)

The class includes the DISC assessment as a common framework to discuss self-awareness, the communication process, barriers to communications, and personal communication preferences. You can get a preview of the class in this blog post.

Registration closes on 3/2/2021

Marta Segal Block, Director of Marketing & Communications

Nonprofit Changemakers Conference
Virtual Conference: March 24, 2021
1:00 pm- 2:00 pm

Brighter Strategies’ Director of Marketing, Marta Segal Block, will be presenting a workshop entitled “Did You Hear the One About: How Humor & Storytelling Help Marketing & Leadership” at the second Nonprofit ChangeMakers’ conference. The conference features a keynote presentation by Vu Le. For a complete schedule and registration visit: https://nonprofitchangemakers.com/

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Covid-19 & Racial Inequity in the Greater Washington Nonprofit Sector

The Center for Nonprofit Advancement commissioned research from Brighter Strategies as part of a regional study to determine how to structure support that best serves area needs. The data collected focused on the impact of the pandemic and racial inequity in our region—Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia—and is important to the proprieties and action agendas for all sectors. You can view the presentation of the results, and download the results, here.

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