San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Managing Risk Confidently at your Nonprofit or Charity -Reasonably protecting your people, reputation, assets and liability
For Board Members and Staff Leadership
Thursday, April 27, 2017
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (registration between 8:30 and 9:00)
United Way Learning Centre
580 Main Street
Includes snacks and a light lunch.
If cost is a barrier to participation, call Linda Brazier at 204-924-4225 or email email@example.com
- 16 Key Risk Categories all Nonprofits/Charities face (from Finance to Toxic Staff/volunteers)
- Critical Legal Concepts and 5 Steps to Protect Your Legal Liability
- How to Find and Prioritize Your Unique Risks Every Two Years
- Simple, Practical Strategies to Protect Your People and Reputation
- Reasonable Screening, key policies, more topics and resources.
"David's dynamic, energizing, down to earth and practical style is refreshing! He has remarkable knowledge surrounding Good Governance and Risk Management and the ability to transfer knowledge in a very meaningful and impactful way. We now have some great strategies that will move us forward." Sharon Pitawanakwat, CEO, Canadian Mental Health Association, Thunder Bay
“At the end of the training, we were so inspired that 10 participants signed up for a monthly working group to develop Risk Management Systems for each of our organizations.” Stacy Ashton, Executive Director, Community Volunteer Connections, serving Tri Cities, New Westminster, British Columbia
“David is very knowledgeable and shared useful information [to both our regular and foundation boards] that helped us learn how to confidently manage risks and ask the right questions for the protection of our organization and our people.” Lisa Talbot, Executive Director, KidsAbility Foundation, Waterloo
“David Hartley deservedly has earned the reputation as being one of Canada’s best Risk Management consultants in the not-for-profit field. He provides a 360 degree look at what your organization’s Risk Management needs are and is able to deliver the solutions that protect your organization at all levels on time and on budget. His passion for helping people and organizations is delivered in a professional manner with a personal touch.” Mike Nowosad, Chief Executive Officer, National office, 4-H Canada
David Hartley has trained over 19,000 nonprofit and charity leaders in over 130 Canadian cities and towns over the past 9 years. He has assisted hundreds of organizations of every type and size.
David spent his professional life until the age of 40 in the world of risk and insurance, including over 7 years training insurance brokers, primarily for Co-operators and Aviva, two of Canada’s largest insurers. David then directed the Insurance & Liability Resource Centre for Nonprofits for 5 years, a project of the national charity Imagine Canada. He then continued full-time as a consultant assisting nonprofits and charities of all sizes across Canada and continues to do this today.
David carries the Canadian Risk Management (C.R.M.) designation from the University of Toronto. He also is certified to train John Maxwell’s leadership material (founding member of John’s training team).
He is a very proud husband and daddy to 4 wonderful children.
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