*The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees only.*
NCFP has invited Zander Grashow to share some of the ideas, tools, and practices to help guide us through this adaptive chapter of our collective history. This two-part series will include content sharing, small group time with peers, large group reflections and Q&A. Attendance is not mandatory for both sessions, but together, they certainly build a more coherent set of tools and strategies for our current reality. Learn more and register for the second event in the series Mobilizing Change: Scenario Planning and Choice Making for a Better Future.
Our collective and personal need to adapt has never been more evident. Luckily, the skills, practices and tools to adapt can be learned and internalized. Adaptation demands that we determine what we are bringing forward into the future, what we need to let go of and what we need to grow into. It is an inward and outward journey that is always better supported by trusted relationships. In this seminar, participants will get to learn and apply pragmatic tools for what they are facing today and will face tomorrow in their lives, work and philanthropy.
- Alexander “Zander” Grashow, Founder and CEO, Good Wolf Group
The National Center for Family Philanthropy limits attendance to private and family foundation staff and trustees.
Registration is available until May 6th.
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