The Minnesota Council of Nonprofits is hosting their 2015 Nonprofit Communicators Workshop Series and it is focused on a great topic: Risk, Innovation, and the Role of Failure! The event is being held on October 20th, 2015 from 9:00 am – 11:00 am at the Wilder Center in St. Paul. Join us!
I am proud to be kicking off the series with a talk and workshop on how nonprofits, and all other organizations, can Use Failure to Your Advantage. We will examine the realities of risk in driving new and innovative ideas and the fears that can hinder us. We will explore role of failure in driving innovation within your organizations and present some tools and techniques that can help you through the journey.
Series Overview: Embracing Risk, Inspiring Innovation: Fearless Communications
Nonprofits often shy away from risk, and that makes sense. It’s important to be reliable for the communities we serve. But, as the world and the way we communicate changes, we need to find a way to balance reliability, risk and even failure. When we take chances in how we communicate our work, we are able discover new and exciting ways to advance our mission, connect with others and ultimately serve our communities.
This series was created to help you push beyond the old borders of communication to see what’s on the other side. This series of four workshops, presented by MCN and the Minnesota chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators, will help you and your organization take the leap to the next level.
You can still register for the event via the MCN Website!
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