Covid-19 Support for Nonprofit Direct Service Providers
Root Cause is providing a series of free webinars and curated resources for nonprofit direct service providers to help them navigate uncertainty and change.
For almost twenty years we have served as a strategic partner to nonprofit direct service providers and offered capacity building support focused on organizational and financial health. Through a series of free webinars, we are sharing our experience and perspectives with leaders of organizations working to deliver essential services during the Covid-19 pandemic. Inlcuded with each webinar are a couple resources on the topics.
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April 22, 1:00 PM Eastern
Join Erin Rodriguez, Managing Director, Abby Fung, Managing Director of Partnership & Practice Management, and Barbara Travers, Director of Operations, to learn about leading your team through uncertainty. Topics include setting expectations, sharing the right information at the right time, and making space for difficult conversations.
April 29, 1:00 PM Eastern
When many nonprofit direct service providers are making rapid shifts in their service delivery models and operations in response to Covid-19, how can we think about ensuring service quality and maintaining strong connections with service recipients and partners?
Join Consuela Greene, Principal, and Abby Alexanian, Senior Manager of Strategic Initiatives to discuss practical approaches to adaptation, learning, and improvement in the midst of uncertainty and crisis.
May 6, 1:00 PM Eastern
What you do matters, but perhaps it’s becoming more and more clear it will be difficult to keep it going on your own.
Join Andrew Wolk, CEO & Founder of Root Cause, to learn about consolidating with other organizations as a strategy for navigating challenging times while also making you stronger in the long run.
May 13, 1:00 PM Eastern
Nonprofit direct service providers have been making rapid and significant shifts in their service delivery models and operations in response to Covid-19 over the past two months. What new practices are working? Which practices have been challenging to implement, and why? How are providers more intentionally and regularly gathering input from participants they serve and staff on how to improve their virtual models? What changes present opportunities to increase accessibility for participants beyond the uncertainty of the pandemic?
Join Colette Stanzler, Principal, along with nonprofit partners to hear about approaches to adaptation, learning, and improvement in the midst of uncertainty and crisis. We will draw on insights gained from ongoing coaching and coordination of 30+ direct service providers. Examples include prenatal and early childhood health, and early childhood education, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics), college readiness, and workforce development.