It is more important than ever for staff and volunteers to feel engaged in the mission of your organization and for them to have skills to be effective in this COVID-19 world.
Join us for this 30 minute FREE Nonprofit Webinar recording where we will show you step-by-step how to build connection with staff and volunteers through virtual training for little to no cost. At the end of the 30 minute Nonprofit webinar you will have the knowledge and the tools to implement what you have learned during the webinar.
During This Nonprofit Webinar You Will Learn:
- How to use innovative engagement strategies to build connections with staff and volunteers.
- How to make your virtual training fun for little to no cost!
- How to use online tools and resources to keep your training new and engaging.
- How to make online training superior to in person training.
Ann Marie Ronsman is an industry expert in training in the nonprofit industry. She understands that building connection with staff and volunteers in this new COVID-19 reality is more important than ever. She has been working in the field of adult learning and curriculum design for over 15 years and consults with nonprofit organizations. She brings a unique skill set to crisis training because of her background as a Registered Nurse as well as a Trust Based Relational Intervention Practitioner. She trains individuals and organizations in implementation of strategies that build connection through training both in person and virtually.
Ann Marie is specifically qualified to teach this webinar because:
- As a Training Director, Ann Marie understands firsthand the challenges of virtual training, with limited budget, in a nonprofit setting.
- Ann Marie has created virtual learning curriculum that engages Boomers to Gen Z.
- Ann Marie has extensive experience in instructional design in the nonprofit sector.
- The Webinar Slides
- The Webinar Recording
What Attendees Said about This Nonprofit Webinar:
“This webinar was perfect. It was concise and very accessible and full of amazing, useful resources.”
Blair Schoen, Santa Maria Community Services
“Non-profits can always use innovative, inexpensive ideas to further their mission. This webinar was one of the best I have seen.”
Kathleen Richey, Louisiana CASA Association
“I enjoyed how the presenter found a technique to draw people in like pop up questions.”
Brandon Holcomb, Middleway House
“It was short, sweet and very helpful. Ann Marie was very inviting.”
Jeannette Brock, CALIFORNIA YOUTH CONNECTION
“Ann Marie was brief, specific, and shared invaluable and EASY tools to improve virtual training!!”
Erin Lain, THE BOULEVARD OF CHICAGO
“This was thorough and detailed training that offered several helpful tips to virtually engage your audience. I look forward to being able to use the tips that were shared in this training.”
Brooke Henderson, Legacy Counseling
“Wow! I love attending webinars where I leave with a lot of resources and an enthusiasm to tell others what I have learned. This was one of those webinars.”
“These webinars always give me ideas I NEVER would have thought of myself. It's refreshing to get different ideas to spice things up.”
Pierce Durkin, Boston Pride
“My non profit is staffed 100% with volunteers. We serve vulnerable students through virtual tutoring. Our budget is less that $7,000 a year. Our volunteers are active older adults so we are looking for ways to engage them on line as we prepare them to work online with their students.”
“Perfect timing for the topic. Short and sweet, very valuable information. Learned many new things. I was very impressed.”
Bernadette Wheeler, Budget Buddies
“This webinar was so relevant and timely as we navigate how to engage our volunteers in this season. The presenter was engaging and the tools shared can be implemented right away.”
Lydia Lucas, New York City Relief
About Your Topic Expert:
Ann Marie Ronsman is an expert in building engagement through training in nonprofit organizations of all sizes. She has served the nonprofit community through roles in leadership, curriculum development and training in healthcare, higher education and child welfare settings for over 20 years. She is known for her outside the box thinking on training within the nonprofit community. She has expertise in developing engaging learning strategies which are effective from Boomers to Gen Z. She is the Training Director at CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County. She is also a Registered Nurse as well as a Trust Based Relational Intervention Practitioner and content expert for the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development. She founded her own training and consulting company, Mustard Seed Communications through which she trains individuals and nonprofit organizations in educational design and implementation of trauma informed practices.