Fundamentals of Philanthropy is a five-part series that helps all working in philanthropy better understand the sector.
SESSION 4: Power and Your New Community: Identity, Roles and Building Trust
What does it mean to work in philanthropy, and how do our professional roles impact our sense of identity, and vice versa? We’ll strengthen understanding of how we see our professional roles, ourselves within philanthropy, and the broader organizational system. Participants will explore elements of power dynamics and ways to be a mindful and productive partner with organizations and communities.
Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
REGISTRATION AND FEES
Please note this series is for funders and grantmakers only.
CCP Members: $75
CCP Members: $250
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Session 1: January 23, 2023 - Speaking the Same Language >>
Session 2: January 24, 2023 - Foundation Governance and Legal Issues >>
Session 3: January 25, 2023 - Fundamentals of Grantmaking >>
Session 4: January 26, 2023 - So You’re Working for a Foundation: Power and Your New Community >>
Session 5: January 27, 2023 - The Great Debates in Philanthropy >>
Networking Lunch: Spring 2023 - Fundamental of Philanthropy Lunch >>
To celebrate the completion of the Fundamentals of Philanthropy series, CCP invites all participants and presenters from the series to join us for lunch. Additional details will be released closer to the date.
Who should attend? This series is for anyone who has joined the sector in the last few years, or who is interested in reviewing the fundamentals. It is open to all staff and board of philanthropic organizations, including those in leadership, program, grantmaking, administrative, financial, human resources, communications, development, and trustee roles.
This interactive series a historical overview of philanthropy, reviews foundation governance and legal issues, explains the grantmaking process, debates current big issues in philanthropy, and explores roles and power dynamics. Participants are encouraged to attend as many modules as possible as the series is also designed to support staff in building their professional network.
Fundamentals of Philanthropy is an update of CCP’s Philanthropy 101 curriculum, originally developed by Philanthropy New York in partnership with the Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy's Grantmaking School.
Contact email Annie Adams, program manager.