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Facing Change: A Strategy Retreat for Connecticut Nonprofit Executive Directors

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Facing Change: A Strategy Retreat for Connecticut Nonprofit Executive Directors

Time: August 11, 2010 to August 13, 2010
Location: University of Connecticut Storrs Campus, Center for Continuing Studies
Website or Map: http://continuingstudies.ucon…
Phone: 860-486-2574
Event Type: retreat
Organized By: Dr. David Garvey, Director Nonprofit Leadership Program
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2010

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Work with fellow Connecticut executive directors in strategizing how to adapt your organization to the current stressed environment and for a stronger future. Facing Change 2010 is a time for you to reflect and plan for your organization’s future. The work of the nonprofit sector still exists in a tumultuous economic climate.

Facing Change is a Connecticut-based, four-day, peer to peer learning/strategy-sharing retreat tailored to meet the change-response needs of nonprofit Connecticut executive directors. Work with your peers this summer to strengthen your ability to lead and implement change, develop resources to manage change, and gain valuable information about strategic alliances to create an organizational support system to maintain stability in these difficult times and beyond.

Follow-up outcome session on Friday, November 5, 2010.

Registration is now open. CLICK HERE for retreat information.

Tuition: $998 (Includes all lodging on Wednesday and Thursday, continental breakfasts, lunches and dinners)
Scholarship information: linda.friedman@uconn.edu

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