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    • October 07, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 34
    Register

    Don't miss your opportunity to have all things communications answered by our expert!


    Having trouble getting the message out? Worried about contacting the media? Need some help deciding on your communications strategy or tactics? Need an opinion on graphic design? This is the session for you! ECVO Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing, Leila Daoud, is here to answer your communications questions during this 1-hour session! Come prepared to ask your questions in real time and learn from the challenges and opportunities discussed by other participants.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email leila@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Leila Daoud has more than 15 years of experience in communications. She is a media relations, crisis management, and brand reputation specialist who has conducted more than 1800 interviews and crafted more than 1000 news releases. 

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email leila@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at leila@ecvo.ca.

    • October 11, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 36
    Register

    Sometimes you just want to ask an expert directly. Pull up a chair and we'll answer your questions on all things governance.

    Join ECVO's Director of Learning and Development, David Feldman for Answering Your Questions: Governance Edition. Over this 60-minute session, David will shed light on your governance-related challenges and questions. Expect to ask your questions live, engage in conversation and learn from the queries of others.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    David Feldman is the Director of Learning and Development at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. His expertise focuses on progressive governance and leadership development in the non-profit sector in Edmonton and Alberta. David holds a B.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with PMP (Project Management Professional) and Q. Med (Qualified Mediator) designations. His Master's Thesis explored collective cognition of interdisciplinary teams.

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at governance@ecvo.ca.

    • October 15, 2022
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • 6770 - 129 Ave NW
    • 27
    Register

    Calling all GEO's who would like to increase their organizational knowledge, skills and address their needs.


    The Ethno-Cultural Capacity Building Collaborative presents a community of practice for grassroots ethno-cultural organizations (GEOs). This is an opportunity for GEOs to network with and learn from each other and other key players in the nonprofit capacity building ecosystem like capacity building organizations, funders, subject matter experts and much more.

    This community of practice is open to all grassroots ethno-cultural organizations that are trying to increase their organizational knowledge and skills and/or address their organizational needs. Ethno-cultural community groups that want to move towards establishing themselves as a nonprofit organization, but are not there yet, are also welcome.

    At this first session, you can expect:

    - to learn about some available operational funding opportunities

    - to get to know the ethno-cultural capacity building collaborative

    - to network with other leaders

    *childcare will be provided *halal and vegan food options will be provided 

    Space is limited. Registration is required.

    This event will be photographed and may be used for future social media and publication purposes.

    Registration deadline: Thursday, October 13, 2022

    SPONSORED BY

      

    COST

    • There is no cost for this event.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at karis@ecvo.ca.

    • October 27, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Zoom
    • 32
    Register

    Learn the do's and don'ts of CASL to protect your organization with legal experts from Miller Thomson.


    The Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into effect 8 years ago. Business as usual has dramatically changed since then and it’s time for a refresher. This webinar will cover why CASL was created and its potential impacts to your organization. Whether you are a non-profit turned social enterprise, you are currently exploring alternative ways of revenue generation, or you just need a CASL refresher, this virtual session will teach you what you need to know to correctly follow CASL in 2022. Specific examples and case studies will be provided followed by a Q&A with legal experts from Miller Thomson.

    Space is limited. Registration is required.

    Registration deadline: Thursday, October 20, 2022

    Tech requirements of participants: A working computer or tablet with the ability to connect to Zoom as well as a working microphone and speakers in order to participate in the Q & A.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

    Natasha Smith is a partner in the Social Impact Group, with a practice dedicated to providing practical legal advice to charities and non-profits, exclusively. In an effort to ensure that these organizations achieve their missions and mandates successfully, Natasha assists these entities with a variety of matters including corporate governance and tax compliance.

    Natasha's practice focuses on helping her clients to determine the best structure for their organization and to navigate the complex regulatory environment in which they operate. Specifically, she provides tailored advice on various issues including incorporation and charitable registration, operating in foreign jurisdictions, structuring complex gift agreements, reporting, and general compliance under legislation governing the voluntary sector. Natasha has experience structuring merger and asset-transfer transactions between non-share capital corporations, advising on social enterprise and social finance ventures, and facilitating corporate re-organizations.

    Kristina Roberts is passionate about helping build impactful and sustainable social purpose organizations. She works to understand the needs of her clients from a holistic perspective. Kristina strives to provide valuable legal advice that is practical and accessible.

    Kristina is a member of the Social Impact group at Miller Thomson. She provides general advice to charities, non-profits, and social enterprises. She has a particular interest in developing innovative structures for social enterprises.

    This session was made possible with the support of:

    COST

    • ECVO Members: $15
    • Non-members: $25

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    REFUND POLICY

    A full refund can be issued no later than 7 days prior to the event. To request a refund, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at julianna@ecvo.ca.

    • October 27, 2022
    • 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
    • Alberta Counsel, Suite #201, 9707 - 110 Street NW, Edmonton
    • 32
    Register

    Share your voice towards the transformation and sector impact.



    On October 27, 2022, ECVO invites you to join us and Alberta Counsel at ECVO’s strategic framework policy setting session. This will be the first time in our organizational history that we will be laying out policy areas linked to our strategic framework. Do not miss this opportunity to ensure your voice is heard as we move forward into the next three years of transformation and sector impact.

    Location: Alberta Counsel, Suite #201, 9707 - 110 Street NW, Edmonton

    This event will be photographed and may be used for future social media and publication purposes. Please let Gemma know if this is an issue.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at gemma@ecvo.ca.

    Hosted in partnership with:


    • October 28, 2022
    • November 25, 2022
    • 3 sessions
    • Virtual (Oct) & In-Person (Nov) Delivery
    • 18

    Designed to support the growth of new and developing board members, the Alberta Board Member Essentials (ABME) program was built by Albertans for Albertans.

    Alberta Board Member Essentials is a multi-part training program that combines online learning with live workshops to give new and developing board members the tools to successfully serve on a non-profit board.

    For new board members, ABME helps build the foundational layer of learning in order to be an effective board member.

    For developing board members, ABME supports your growth in understanding non-profits – not just from the lens of your organization but how you and your organization play a role in the larger social sector ecosystem.

    The full program consists of three on-demand courses and five live virtual sessions. On-demand sessions take, on average, three hours each and are to be completed on the participant’s own time leading up to the live sessions. Access to the on-demand sessions will be available immediately upon registration.

    The registration deadline is October 27, 2022.

    Live Virtual session takes place:

    • October 28, 2022 - 9:00 - 10:00 am (Welcome and Introduction to the Program, What to Expect, and How to Get the Most From your Learning)
    In-person sessions take place:
    • November 18, 2022 - 9:00 - 12:30 am (Working as a Sum of the Parts)
    • November 25, 2022 - 9:00 - 12:30 pm (Strategic Board Leadership)

     Register Here

    Please note, the live sessions are group-based and interactive, therefore they will not be recorded.

    View program details check out the bundled courses or the ABME Program Guide for details on each module.

    Though it is possible to attend with a phone and or a tablet it is strongly recommended that participants registering for ABME have access to login through a computer.

    If you would like to arrange for offline payment or you are paying on behalf of someone else, email us at governance@ecvo.ca.


    REFUND POLICY

    Full refunds will be offered for cancellations made within 72 hours. A partial refund (50%) will be issued for cancellations made 14 days prior to the first live session. To request a refund, please email director@ecvo.ca. 

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a full or partial refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at director@ecvo.ca. 


    Alberta Board Member Essentials was made possible with support from:



    • November 02, 2022
    • December 14, 2022
    • 6 sessions
    • Zoom
    • 25
    Register

    HR Fundamentals for the Non-profits Professionals .




    Whether you are brand new to HR, hoping to move into an HR role, or you just need a refresher, participants in this series will walk away with the skills and confidence needed to perform basic Human Resources functions in the evolving non-profit work world.

    This online series of course is designed specifically for non-HR professionals. Course topics include human rights & employment standards, interviewing and selection skills, compensation & benefits, performance reviews, progressive discipline and terminations.

    Please note: registration is for the full series. Individual sessions are not available. None of the sessions will be recorded in order to protect participant confidentiality.

    Sessions take place from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

    Nov 2, 2022 - Session 1: Human Rights & Employment Standards 

    Nov 9, 2022 - Session 2: Interviewing and Selection Skills 

    Nov 16, 2022 - Session 3: Compensation & Benefits 

    Nov 23, 2022 - Session 4: Performance Reviews

    Nov 30, 2022 - Session 5: Progressive Discipline 

    Dec. 16, 2022 - Session 6: Terminations 

    Registration deadline: Wednesday, October 26, 2022

    Tech requirements of participants: A working computer or tablet with the ability to connect to Zoom as well as a working microphone and speakers in order to participate in the Q & A.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTER

    Barb Read, CPHR, SHRM-SCP, RPR

    Barb Read is a Human Resources Consultant with Balanced & Restorative HR (formerly JUNA Consulting) with a generalist background that spans all functional areas of the human resources practice.  Barb has diverse experience across all industries and has extensive experience working with clients in the not-for-profit organizations as well as healthcare and regulated associations.

    Barb is a Chartered Professional of Human Resources (CPHR), a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP), a member of the Association of Professional Recruiters of Canada (RPR), and is an Alberta Licensed Investigator.

    Barb is passionate about her community as she serves as a Director with Alberta Adaptabilities and supports McDougall House as a HR Committee member, she volunteers with Disrupt HR Edmonton and she is actively involved with her community hockey club, most recently being her son’s parent liaison and COVID Coordinator.

    This session was made possible with the support of:

    COST

    • ECVO Members: $220
    • Non-members: $315

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    REFUND POLICY

    A full refund can be issued no later than 21 days prior to the event. A partial refund can be issued no later than 14 days prior to the event. To request a refund, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at julianna@ecvo.ca.

    • November 10, 2022
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • ECVO Training Room (Suite 258, Bonnie Doon Professional Centre, 8330 82nd Ave NW)
    • 19
    Register


    In all good policy making the goal is to move your organization from being reactionary - dealing with each issue as they arise, to visionary - creating policies that help shape your organization into what it wishes to be in the future.

    This means that good policies are not just about templates, lists of topics, and directions. Instead, they take a deeper look at the culture you wish to have in your organization.

    No policy manual is perfect, but the goal is to create a manual that is right for your organization both in the present and for what you wish to become.

    By the end of this workshop, you will:

    • have a strong understanding of what makes a good policy
    • have a better sense of how to draft strong policies
    • know what presentation format makes the most sense for your organization.

    Want to know more before you register?

    Not all policies are created equal. The rules we live, work, and play under impact our behaviors and our organization’s state of health. When I talk about policy manuals and policy writing, I almost always, return to my training in appreciative inquiry (AI). One of the guiding beliefs in Appreciative Inquiry is that organizations move in the direction of what they study. The way we frame rules, decisions, and key documents shapes how we think about them.

    The types of rules we make influence how we evaluate our programs, staff, and volunteers. These rules shape behavior and the individuals involved tend to behave in a way that satisfies the policies requirements rather than build towards the organizations aspirations.

    Here is an example:

    Sick days – Why do we allow them and how many should we have?

    If the staff have too few they may choose to save them for a rainy day. As a result, they come in when they have a cold or flu, kindly sharing it with the office. Staff that are allowed to bank their unused time tend to have fewer sick days. 

    We try to address these ideas when we take part in appreciative policy writing.

    Refund Policy

    A full refund can be issued no later than 14 days prior to the event. 



    • November 24, 2022
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 40
    Register

    Sometimes you just want to ask an expert directly. Pull up a chair and we'll answer your questions on all things governance.

    Join ECVO's Director of Learning and Development, David Feldman for Answering Your Questions: Governance Edition. Over this 60-minute session, David will shed light on your governance-related challenges and questions. Expect to ask your questions live, engage in conversation and learn from the queries of others.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    David Feldman is the Director of Learning and Development at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. His expertise focuses on progressive governance and leadership development in the non-profit sector in Edmonton and Alberta. David holds a B.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with PMP (Project Management Professional) and Q. Med (Qualified Mediator) designations. His Master's Thesis explored collective cognition of interdisciplinary teams.

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at governance@ecvo.ca.

    • November 24, 2022
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • ECVO Training Room - Bonnie Doon Professional Centre, 8330 82 Ave NW Suite 255, Edmonton, AB T6C 4E3
    • 39
    Register

    Learn how social media can help your organizations brand work for you.


    When done well, social media helps non-profits recruit volunteers, increase their brand reputation, and bring in donor dollars.

    • 20% of donors have made a donation through Facebook’s fundraising tools.
    • On average, 57% of traffic to fundraising campaign websites comes from social media posts.
    • 1/3 of mobile donation traffic on Giving Tuesday comes from Facebook.
    • 84% of Facebook users share posts to show their support for a cause and highlight issues that are important to them.

    In this 2.5-hour workshop you will discover:

    • How organizations can best use social media to tell stories about their brand.
    • How to communicate your organization’s message via photos, videos and posts.
    • How to ensure social media continuity, even if staff or volunteers change.
    • How to schedule posts.
    • Options for fundraising on social media.
    • Audience segmentation - which social media platforms reach which audiences.
    • This workshop will also include a basic component on how to post to Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok as a brand.

    Space is limited. Registration is required.

    Registration deadline: Thursday, November 17, 2022

    Tech requirements of participants: A working computer or tablet with the ability to connect to Zoom as well as a working microphone and speakers in order to participate in the Q & A.

    ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

    Leila Daoud has more than 15 years of experience in communications. She is a media relations, crisis management, and brand reputation specialist who has conducted more than 1800 interviews and crafted more than 1000 news releases. 

    COST

    • ECVO Members: $35
    • Non-members: $50

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    REFUND POLICY

    A full refund can be issued no later than 7 days prior to the event. To request a refund, please email training@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at leila@ecvo.ca.

    • January 26, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 40
    Register

    Sometimes you just want to ask an expert directly. Pull up a chair and we'll answer your questions on all things governance.

    Join ECVO's Director of Learning and Development, David Feldman for Answering Your Questions: Governance Edition. Over this 60-minute session, David will shed light on your governance-related challenges and questions. Expect to ask your questions live, engage in conversation and learn from the queries of others.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    David Feldman is the Director of Learning and Development at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. His expertise focuses on progressive governance and leadership development in the non-profit sector in Edmonton and Alberta. David holds a B.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with PMP (Project Management Professional) and Q. Med (Qualified Mediator) designations. His Master's Thesis explored collective cognition of interdisciplinary teams.

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at governance@ecvo.ca.

    • March 15, 2023
    • March 17, 2023
    • 3 sessions
    • TBD
    • 17
    Register

    Collaboration expert Nelli Noakes returns to Edmonton to support you in becoming a strong facilitator!

    As a global civil society, we’re learning how to tackle entrenched social problems collaboratively – that is, by bringing together individuals from deeply different backgrounds, whose perspectives and interests are widely divergent, to wrestle with their competing needs, find common ground over time, and co-develop fresh, new, practical solutions that do indeed produce positive results. Yet, it’s also true that bringing people together requires great skill and intentionality. Far too many facilitations are poorly organized, with fuzzy goals, awkward communication dynamics and sparse accountability.

    Join Community at Work's Nelli Noakes for a three-day intensive workshop focused on building strong facilitators who are able to inspire fruitful collaborations, inclusive solutions, and mutual understanding between diverse participants. 

    Day 1: Encouraging Full Participation

    • Core Values of Collaboration
    • Facilitator’s Job Description
    • Facilitative Listening Skills
    • Chart-Writing Technique
    • Suspended Judgment
    • Facilitating a Brainstorm Session
    • Facilitator Stand-up Skills
    • Receiving Feedback Non-Defensively 
    • Tools for Evaluating Meetings

    Day 2: Skills for Process Management

    • Dynamics of Group Decision-Making
    • Tools for Organizing Long Lists
    • Facilitating an Open Discussion
    • Promoting Mutual Understanding
    • Helping a Group Stay Focused
    • Handling Conflict
    • Building Group Momentum
    • Managing Group Energy
    • Dealing With Difficult Dynamics

    Day 3: Building Sustainable Agreements

    • Facilitation and Leadership
    • Effective Goal-Setting
    • Designing Realistic Agendas, Part 1: Turning Topics into Outcomes 
    • Designing Realistic Agendas, Part 2: Creating Engaging Processes
    • Decision-Making: Rules for Reaching Closure
    • Building Unanimous Agreement
    • Polling Tools
    • Consensus Decision-Making in Hierarchical Organizations

     Each participant will receive a copy of Sam Kaner's world-renowned Facilitator’s Guide to Participatory Decision-Making.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    Nelli Noakes is a partner in the consulting firm Community At Work. Before joining the firm in 2013, Nelli was the director of the consulting unit in the Australian federal government that provided policy and development consulting to more than 180 federal public service agencies. As a workshop leader, Nelli has taught Community At Work programs on five continents, across a wide spectrum of organizations, including Genentech, Wikimedia Foundation, Singapore Civil Service College, Google, Los Angeles County Department of Health, University of Tokyo, U.C. Office of the President, SCAN Foundation, University of Oregon School of Law and many more. She is well-known in the field for her time as a board member of the International Association of Facilitators, and as the regional director of IAF Oceania.

    LOCATION

    If COVID-19 conditions permit, the workshop will be held in person, at a location arranged by ECVO (and meeting health safety requirements as prescribed by the Alberta government.)

    SAVE YOUR SEAT NOW, PAY LATER

    If you wish to be invoiced for this event to pay at a later date, please fill out the registration form by clicking REGISTER to the left. During checkout, choose the INVOICE ME option. We will follow up with details about the next steps, including payment arrangements. Please note that, in order to maintain your place in this program, we require payment in full no later than February 15, 2023.

    THIS PROGRAM IS ELIGIBLE FOR THE CANADA-ALBERTA JOB GRANT!

    This program is eligible for the Canada-Alberta Job Grant, which can cover as much as 2/3 of your registration fee. In order to be eligible to receive a CAJG grant for this program, we recommend you submit your CAJG application to the Government of Alberta no later than January 11, 2023, which is about three months prior to the start of the program, as the CAJG program is experiencing high volumes and an increase in processing times.

    Please note, you will need to include a quote from the training provider in your CAJG application. Click here to view and download a PDF with all of the necessary information for your application. If you need any information or support for your CAJG application, feel free to reach out training@ecvo.ca.

    REFUND POLICY

    Cancellation by Registrant

    A partial refund (50%) will be issued for cancellations made by February 15, 2023. After February 16, 2023, no refunds will be offered. To request a cancellation, please email  training@ecvo.ca.

    Cancellation by Organizer
    In the event of a cancellation of the event by the ECVO, registrants will be notified immediately via email and a full refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at training@ecvo.ca .

    • March 23, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 40
    Register

    Sometimes you just want to ask an expert directly. Pull up a chair and we'll answer your questions on all things governance.

    Join ECVO's Director of Learning and Development, David Feldman for Answering Your Questions: Governance Edition. Over this 60-minute session, David will shed light on your governance-related challenges and questions. Expect to ask your questions live, engage in conversation and learn from the queries of others.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    David Feldman is the Director of Learning and Development at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. His expertise focuses on progressive governance and leadership development in the non-profit sector in Edmonton and Alberta. David holds a B.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with PMP (Project Management Professional) and Q. Med (Qualified Mediator) designations. His Master's Thesis explored collective cognition of interdisciplinary teams.

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at governance@ecvo.ca.

    • May 25, 2023
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Microsoft Teams
    • 40
    Register

    Sometimes you just want to ask an expert directly. Pull up a chair and we'll answer your questions on all things governance.

    Join ECVO's Director of Learning and Development, David Feldman for Answering Your Questions: Governance Edition. Over this 60-minute session, David will shed light on your governance-related challenges and questions. Expect to ask your questions live, engage in conversation and learn from the queries of others.

    Answering Your Questions is a live series and will not be recorded. Watch for further dates on our events page.

    If you would like to arrange for an offline payment, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ABOUT THE SPEAKER

    David Feldman is the Director of Learning and Development at the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations. His expertise focuses on progressive governance and leadership development in the non-profit sector in Edmonton and Alberta. David holds a B.Sc. in Mathematical Sciences and an M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, with PMP (Project Management Professional) and Q. Med (Qualified Mediator) designations. His Master's Thesis explored collective cognition of interdisciplinary teams.

    REFUND POLICY

    To request a refund, please email governance@ecvo.ca.

    ECVO reserves the right to cancel the event or registration. In the event of a cancellation, registrants will be notified and a refund will be issued.

    CONTACT US

    If you have any questions regarding this program, please email us at governance@ecvo.ca.

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