2021 Wipfli National Training Conference | Caesars Palace | July 13-16, 2021 22nd Annual Wipfli National Training Conference

About the conference

The work you do in the nonprofit community is a calling — a heartfelt desire to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. It’s inspiring and rewarding, and rarely easy. But never have the challenges been greater than they are today.

COVID-19's impact continues to affect everything you do — and our team is ready to help.

Our Virtual Training Experience contains more than 25 sessions over five days from our top trainers, all devoted to helping you and your organization become stronger to serve.

New this year: We’re organizing some of our sessions into tracks specifically designed for:

  • Emerging leaders
  • Finance teams
  • Board members
  • C-suite leaders

Register today to learn all you need to know to be stronger to serve the evolving challenges and outcomes required by your community, funding sources and donors.

Register for onsite conference Register for virtual training

Learn. Discuss. Explore. Take action.

 

Compliance

Compliance

Following rules and regulations can result in increased funding and cash flow, opportunities to expand, and increased impact in your community.

Next

Next

Best practices are what you need to do now, and next practices are what you need to focus on in the future to make your strategic and daily goals a reality.

Leadership

Leadership

What your leaders should know, driving an organization’s culture, protecting your reputation, leading inclusive teams, and making decisions for your future.

Technology

Technology

Keeps your organization’s IT function running securely by not only selecting the right software, but planning for your technology future.

Human Resources

Human resources

Changing demographics, new competition, the challenge to recruit and keep top talent, compensation and benefits—all are undergoing rapid changes that require today's HR professional to stay ahead of the curve.

Risk

Risk

Internal control requirements reduce the risk of cybersecurity attacks. Properly identify, prevent, and investigate fraud, plan for disaster recovery, and keep your company out of the six o’clock news.

 

Benefits of attending

 

New and Changing

New and changing

Explore what is new and changing. Give yourself time to absorb, question, learn, and challenge “it’s always been done that way.” Maybe that way still works; maybe there is a better way.

Talk with Others

Chat with others

You are not alone. Connect with others through our conference app who have similar, or different, ideas on how to get the job done. Share stories, solve problems, and celebrate successes.

Future Planning

Future planning

Leave the conference with action items you can implement immediately. Make what you do sustainable for future generations. Come with ideas—leave with a plan.

Help

Help

You have a week with nationally recognized trainers who work with organizations like yours all over the country. Pick our brains, challenge our suggestions, ask us questions, and help us help you.

"Best conference I have ever attended in my career. Very relevant topics to finance for non-profits and excellent presenters."

Mary Werner, director, financial planning & analysis
(Lutheran Social Services of the South Upbring)

"This conference was intensive. I would recommend this training and conference to all my colleagues. The staff and presenters are second to none."

Charlie Ugarte, director of finance
(Puerto Rican Family Institute)

Important dates

  • July 13, 2021

    Onsite conference kick-off

  • July 26, 2021

    Virtual Training Experience kick-off

  • July 30, 2021

    Virtual Training Experience ends

  • August 13, 2021

    Last day recorded sessions are available

"If you want your organization to grow and become a leader in your community, you need to come to this conference."

Brian Heese, executive director
(Northern California Child Development, Inc.)

"This was my first year attending and I have learned so much! Wipfli rocks!! See you all next year!"

Dr. Daphne Harris-Brown, compliance specialist/IT specialist
(Washington County Opportunities, Inc.)

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