How Nonprofit Leaders Can Define and Strengthen Their Organizational Culture

Nonprofit leader and service delivery expert Erika R. Burnett will guide you in evaluating your ideology around organizational culture. You will learn how to assess and manage this often elusive dynamic.

What You'll Learn

  • What is organizational culture?
  • What informs and impacts organizational culture?
  • What are the implications for staff, board, volunteers, and investors?
  • How can you assess and refine culture?
  • What are the key elements in articulating it?
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Training Overview

Does your organization have a strong culture? Discover tactics to define and refine your organizational culture.

Understanding, strengthening, and communicating your organizational culture is critical for your nonprofit’s sustainability. It serves as a positive retention strategy and a litmus test for potential initiatives.

By proactively identifying and communicating aspects of your culture, you can more successfully manage and align your productivity goals.

  • What is organizational culture?
  • What informs and impacts organizational culture?
  • What are the implications for staff, board, volunteers, and investors?
  • How can you assess and refine culture?
  • What are the key elements in articulating it?
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Who Should Attend?
  • Chief executives
  • Executive directors
  • Board members
  • Nonprofit counsel
  • Senior management
  • Financial staff
  • Managers
  • Development staff
  • Program directors
What's included
Training includes
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • All resources and training materials
About

Expert Presenter

Erika R. Burnett
  • Founder and principal trainer for The Burnett Group, LLC, with a mission to inspire professionals, deepen impact, and challenge the status quo of service delivery in middle Tennessee and surrounding areas
  • Launched the Women of Color Collaborative, an intentional incubator for women, curating supportive spaces and opportunities for collaborators to work, play, and build together while centering their identities
  • Affiliate Director for Communities in Schools of Tennessee at Nashville (CISTN), supporting a team of direct service providers working to eliminate barriers for our most vulnerable scholars within Metro Nashville Public Schools
  • Previously served as Senior Director of Programs with Hands On Nashville B.A. in English Education from Tennessee State University
  • M.Ed. in Community Development Action from Vanderbilt University