Board Induction Training (Non-Profits)
Joining a non-profit board and lending your skills and experience to pursue a greater good is always an exciting time!
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Course of the week
If your non-profit employs staff, then be aware of the areas that can cause problems in the employer/employee relationship.
Hire appropriately, manage fairly and motivate effectively if you wish to retain productive staff.
This was an amazing experience. The trainer was so knowledgeable about the topic at hand. I have no hesitation in recommending BFS.
A very practical course! Easy to follow. Will definitely be able to put what I've learned into practice.
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