Vital learning for these challenging times

At the Stronger to Serve Wipfli National Training Conference in July, of course you’ll get the updates you need on critical regulatory and compliance requirements for your agency. But the dozens of new sessions added this year will also ensure that you come away with fresh knowledge and insights to help you elevate your organization as a service provider.

You’ll gain access to smart ideas and approaches to address varied and often complex community needs. 

More than half of the 50 sessions on the five-day schedule (July 11-15) are brand new this year, developed with the specific challenges nonprofit leaders are facing with 2022 in mind.

The goal is to present solutions and steps for implementing them – swiftly and effectively.

Here’s a sampling of new sessions that are sure to be chock full of actionable lessons.

Change is hard. Change is necessary.

Session: Organizational Change Management: Building Change Competency

Reactions to change can impact future initiatives at your agency. Learn what a “change-agile” organization looks like and how to develop a roadmap to get there.

Get your data house in order

Session: Building a Unified Data Use Strategy

It’s incumbent on all nonprofits to step up their data strategy and ensure it provides measurable results. If you’ve been searching for ways to manage and apply data more strategically, we’ve got you covered. You’ll explore top tools you need for data assessments and help you better understand how data drives outcomes.

An unwelcome inside job

Session: Has Your Fraud IQ Kept Pace With Your Covid Fraud Risk?

Before the pandemic, workplace fraud was estimated to cost organizations, on average, 5 percent of gross revenue. Now government mandates, staff pressures and Covid-19 itself have increased the occupational risks. Need, opportunity and rationalization heighten the chances that staff may act inappropriately and take advantage of your resources. Do you know what to look for? Are you prepared to take action?

Retention, retention, retention

Session: Employee retention strategies

The war for talent is fierce. Your organization can take vital steps to counter the “great resignation" by ensuring that your human resources strategies and practices are on point. Learn about adjustments you can make to ensure that your current employees feel valued and want to stick around.

These are just a few of the timely educational offerings designed for all nonprofit, public Community Action and FQHC leaders, only available to conference attendees. Check out the full schedule here.

Early-bird pricing for the Stronger to Serve 2022 Wipfli National Training Conference is available until April 15.

Stay up to date with the tools and expertise you need to help your organization soar.

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