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Welcome to Nonprofit Hub’s Free
Educational Nonprofit Webinars.
(Yeah… We thought Hubinar sounded a little better.)
We get it—as a fellow nonprofit, we understand there are hardly ever enough resources, people, time and money to create immediate and positive change. That’s why we’ve brought some of the best thought leaders together in these nonprofit webinars to help you learn how to master your nonprofit’s brand while getting more donations than ever before.
These intelligent and strategic leaders are here to help your nonprofit. We call these nonprofit webinars, Hubinars. Join us for a FREE Hubinar and use these nonprofit webinars as an educational resource that will take your nonprofit to new heights.
#GivingTuesday Game Plan
August 29, 2018 · 12:00 pm ET
Kristal M. Johnson is an international speaker, corporate trainer, and author. She has coached thousands across North America, Europe, and Africa to collectively raise $200 million from funders and individual donors over the past decade. Kristal empowers people to be assertive and fundraise without fear. She is a Women Empowering Change Professional Award winner and a long-standing member of the Grant Professionals Association, Nonprofit Technology Network and serves as a serves as a grant reviewer for federal agencies and the United Way of Greater Houston.
Navigating the Technology Purchasing Process
Sept. 13, 2018 · 12:00 pm ET
Learn the ways technology vendors could deceive you and position yourself for success with your next technology purchase.
The Non-Obvious Guide to Improving Employee Engagement
Sept. 26, 2018 · 12:00 pm ET
Jamie is an author and culture consultant who combines cutting-edge culture analytics with in-depth consulting to drive growth, innovation, and engagement for organizations around the world. With 25 years of experience in conflict resolution, generational differences, and culture change, Jamie is also the author of two books (When Millennials Take Over, and Humanize), and holds a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in OD from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.