Widely regarded as one of our greatest living documentary filmmakers, Frederick Wiseman has spent his nearly 50-year career making films that capture the drama and nuance of American institutions.
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This webinar is limited to private and family foundation staff and trustees only. An influx of assets—whether sudden or expected—is a powerful transition point in your family’s philanthropy.
New York City has made significant progress in the past ten years in developing a more employer-driven workforce system.
What does a strategic and efficient plan for 21st century digital communications look like for your foundation? Don't have a dedicated communications staffer? You’re not alone!
Do power dynamics get in the way of your ability to work effectively with grantees and other stakeholders?
Are you interested in joining a board but want to understand more about what it means to serve on a board? How can you bridge your personal values and professional skills for the benefit of an organization through board service?
This program dives into the “true cost” of merging. Hear from seasoned experts about their merger experiences – the impact on their organizations’ bottom lines and human capital - and other unforeseen implications.
Join us for a panel discussion regarding the pros and cons of performance evaluations. We will discuss what evaluations can and should do for employees, managers and organizations overall.
In the changing health care landscape of today, hospitals are being incentivized to keep patients out of the hospital and in community settings for as long as possible.
Arts and culture funders, come together to discuss what we see as the pressing issues in the field so as to inform our subsequent discussions for the next 12 months.
When fraud is uncovered its impact on an organization is widespread and sometimes referred to as “The Fraud Effect”.
With recent policy wins such as the NYC Earned Sick Time Act, the NYC Pregnant Workers Fairness Act, women (and men) have some important new protections.
Over the past five years, the “maker movement” has generated significant buzz, and “makerspaces” are popping up in libraries, museums and schools.
This webinar is limited to private and family foundation staff and trustees only. What are the spectrum of options available to family foundations and funds seeking to engage diverse perspectives in their work?
We know that foundations are about more than their financial capacity. But, how do we frame the full scope of what a foundation is and does?
Foundation and nonprofit boards have an important responsibility: They advise and ultimately decide on the major polices, goals and governance of the organization.
The long-term changes in the labor market have disproportionately impacted low-income young adults who do not graduate from high school or pursue post-secondary education. The quality of the second chance system has been questioned by many funders based on evaluations of these programs prior to 2000.
Meetings done right are practical tools for engaging stakeholders and building and changing organizational culture.