2018 D&I Professional Development Retreat (Non-Profit Professionals)

Announcing the 2018 D&I Professional Development Retreat

(NonProfit Organizational Leadership, Representatives and Influencers)

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 | 9am-5pm

Location: Sheraton Hotel, Downtown Silver Spring, MD (Washington DC Metro Area)

* Reservations for reduced rate hotel accommodations contingent upon availability

Project 986 Consulting is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM

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Cost: $400 for early registration by August 18, 2018; $500 after this date.

Cost includes full breakfast and lunch. Last Date to Register is Friday, November 2, 2018

Who Should Attend:

Professionals representing and serving nonprofit businesses and organizations of any size, including:

  • Presidents and Vice Presidents
  • Executive Directors
  • Board Members and Advisory Council Leadership
  • Chief Diversity, Inclusion and Equity Officers
  • VP’s and Directors of Diversity & Inclusion
  • Development and Fundraising Staff
  • VP’s/Managers/Directors of HR
  • Program Managers
  • Communications and Marketing Personnel
  • Membership and Volunteer Service Staff
  • Workforce Recruiters, Hiring Personnel and Talent Acquisition Specialists
  • Professionals Responsible for Diversity & Inclusion, Organizational Culture, Leadership Development and Employee Relations

Description and Purpose:

Inspired by the diverse community of Silver Spring, MD, one of the country’s most vibrant and culturally rich cities, and just minutes from Washington, DC, the 2018 D&I Retreat for Nonprofit Leadership and Professionals, hosted by Project 986 Consulting, LLC, brings together organizational representatives and influencers who play key roles in supporting the service-oriented visions, goals and objectives of the nonprofit entities they represent. Often faced with budgetary constraints, now more than ever, it is important for nonprofit professionals serving in a variety of roles to invest in low-cost D&I solutions which will be a critical factor in their ability to attract diverse networks of supporters, stakeholders and advocates as well as build lucrative relationships with diverse partners leading to increased financial resources and an expanded capacity to serve and advocate for the communities and interests they represent. This signature event is designed to provide professionals within the nonprofit business community with practical, results-oriented tools to help them successfully integrate D&I ideals into their practices which will maximize their potential for mission-driven, results-oriented impact. In addition, this experience will increase participants’ capacity to increase the cultural competency and outreach potential of their leadership, staff, membership and volunteers as well as inspire and facilitate D&I processes for the benefit of their nonprofit organizational goals – all while connecting with others in key nonprofit positions working to accomplish similar service and advocacy-oriented objectives in changing climates.

As the Result of Participating in this D&I Professional Development Retreat, You Will Acquire the Following:

  • A tool-kit for developing D&I Strategic Plans meant to increase your nonprofit’s potential to realize organizational success in key areas of development, growth, service and advocacy
  • An increased understanding of successful, results-oriented approaches to integrating D&I ideals into your organizational practices, goals, mission and vision
  • Strategies for engaging diverse stakeholders and investors to support your service-oriented mission
  • Guidance on how to institute D&I processes leading to improved cultural competency and workplace climate in support of your leadership, staff and volunteers
  • The ability to inspire organizational investment in D&I practices at every level leading to an increased capacity for the realization of service and advocacy-oriented goals
  • Knowledge of successful approaches to attracting and retaining highly qualified diverse thought leadership and talent to your organization
  • Methods for confronting and combatting unconscious bias among leadership and staff which might impede the progress and advancement of your organizational mission and goals
  • An understanding of organizational challenges facing women and minorities serving within the nonprofit sector and how to support their professional and leadership development in alignment with your mission and goals

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(Refund Policy: All requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to [email protected] Refunds of 50% of the total price paid will be honored upon receipt of written request within 60 days of the program date. Refunds of 25% of the total price paid will be honored upon receipt of written request within 30 days of the program date.)