Learn how your organization can support voter engagement
This webinar is presented by Women in Philanthropy, an initiative of the Scranton Area Community Foundation, in partnership with Nonprofit Vote, a leading source of nonpartisan resources for nonprofit organizations.
How Your Organization Can Support Voter Engagement
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
12:00 PM via Zoom
A 2-part workshop presented by Brad Aeon
We all want to make the most of our lives. We want to learn time management skills to work more effectively and efficiently. We want to be able to make time for what truly matters to us. But how?
As a leader in time management research, Brad Aeon has developed a workshop that will help you manage your time more meaningfully. Based on over a decade of scientific research, his workshops have helped thousands of people worldwide increase their personal productivity, health, happiness, and well-being. He has worked with numerous organizations in the healthcare, legal, nonprofit, financial, and manufacturing sectors to develop and implement strategies that help employees improve their lives.
Brad is known for helping people find more time in their day, while actually decreasing the amount of effort they exert to do so. This workshop will be focused on tools and techniques you can use immediately to gain more control over your life right away. Ideas that allow you to spend time on what matters most, whether it’s work, family, health, hobbies, or relationships.
Each session of this workshop will be followed by a Q&A session that will allow you to share ideas and ask questions. You’ll come away with useful tips you can implement in your life immediately and leave feeling more energized!
This is a 2-part webinar that will take place on Thursday, August 25 at 1:00 PM and Thursday, September 1 at 1:00 PM.
Thursday, August 25, 2022 – Part 1
1:00 PM via Zoom
Thursday, September 1, 2022 – Part 2
1:00 PM via Zoom
Presented by: Brad Aeon
About the Presenter
Brad Aeon is an Assistant Professor at the School of Management Sciences at University of Quebec in Montreal. He conducts research on the sociology, history, and philosophy of time management. His studies focus on how people can achieve what matters to them while reducing stress and living more meaningful lives.
This training program is offered free of charge to all nonprofit participants, thanks to funding from the Scranton Area Community Foundation.
Appalachian Regional Commission seeks nonprofit applicants for new capacity-building initiative
The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) recently announced the launch of READY APPALACHIA, a community capacity-building initiative offering flexible funding to Appalachian nonprofit organizations, community foundations, local governments, and Local Development Districts (LDDs), and free cohort-based learning and hands-on training to the Appalachians who work for them. Eligible participants can apply for one of READY Appalachia’s 10-week learning tracks, the first being Ready Nonprofits, which is now accepting applications until August 19. This initiative is part of ARC’s larger investment priority of building community leaders and local capacity to effect long-lasting economic change, and is supported by funding through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.