Back to top

Three Healthy Futures Workshops

Wellesley Room, Lower Level, Family Services Association of Toronto,

355 Church Street, two blocks south of College/Carlton Street (College subway)

* Total Resource Development (TM) New Tools for Sustainability

April 7 and 8, 2003, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Peter O'Donnell, President, Healthy Futures Group

$198 plus GST

Two days--not much of an investment when it might make the difference between having the resources you need to grow and having to cut deeper. These are difficult times for nonprofits: needs are increasing but not so the resources needed to meet them. Established sources of funding dry up, requirements change, donor priorities shift, competition grows, and new approaches hold big potential but also big risks. Can an organization do more than just survive in such a climate? This workshop will help you answer that question.

* Teaming Up for Success: Building a Winning Work Team

April 10, 2003, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Jill Ash, Consultant, Healthy Futures Group

$99 plus GST

High performance teams are the building blocks of high performing organizations. There is no greater return or impact than to invest in the development of high performing teams and unleash their enormous talent and potential. But successful teams don't just happen, they must be deliberately developed. Through this workshop you will learn how to create a team environment that supports outstanding performance

Board Essentials: Purpose, Performance and People

April 15, 2003, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Peter O'Donnell, President, Healthy Futures Group

$99 plus GST

In today's increasingly complex environment, it's no surprise that many nonprofit boards are feeling confused and overwhelmed regarding their role. Even the most dedicated group of volunteers can easily lose their focus on the long-term and become preoccupied with short-term fire-fighting and day-to-day operations. There's even confusion about what 'model' of governance to adopt and then how to make that work. This workshop is designed for Senior management, executive directors and board chairs who want to focus their board's attention on the things that really matter: clarifying purpose, ensuring performance and supporting people--the keys to long-term sustainability. You will learn how an effective board accomplishes this, adding significant value to its organization.

Learn about our special discounts and early bird offers and view our 2003 Non-Profit Training Calendar by visiting or calling (905) 569 8474 for more details.