I to I:
A Structured Networking Experience
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
The Cosmopolitan Club
122 East 66th Street
Between Park & Lexington
Learn firsthand how to manage more successfully, land a new job, master the ask, and much more in this unique participatory workshop. I to I is a fun evening where you will make genuine contacts and discuss meaningful topics in a small group setting.
This event typically sells out, so be sure to register soon!
I to I 2019 Topics:
- Work-life Balance: Making it All Work for You
Erin Dodd, Cornell University; Glennys Huhn, American Friends of Hebrew University and Executive Coach
Are you balancing requests from your colleagues, donors, Board, boss, family, friends, pets, and more? Is there never enough time in the day? Are you wondering how to make it all work and come out even stronger? This discussion is for you!
- Special Events 101
Laurie Krotman, Special Events Unlimited
You have been tasked with planning a major gala on a tight budget, and have never run an event in your life -- where do you start? From big galas and conferences to intimate dinners, this session is for anyone who'd like to improve their planning expertise and get the most out of their events.
- Q&A with a Coach (2 tables)
Robin Rosenbluth, Consultant and Career Coach; Mary Anne Walsh, Mary Anne Walsh Consulting
Working with a coach can be a transformative opportunity to explore topics including career and work-life transitions, navigating roadblocks and difficult situations, building new skill sets, realizing your potential, and more. Take this chance to speak directly with a seasoned coach and come away with new perspectives.
- Managing Up
Leslie Krotman, 92nd Street Y
"Managing up" - the ability to consciously manage both yourself and your superiors - can help you transform your career and influence others to achieve desired results. Learn strategies and best practices to help you and the people around you benefit from this delicate and important skill set.
- Q&A with a Recruiter (2 tables)
Gail Freeman, Freeman Philanthropic Services; Irma Prishker, Freeman Philanthropic Services
Connect directly with a recruiter and learn how to tackle your next job search; this is an opportunity to learn about how recruiters work, what they are looking for in candidates, and what you can do to best position yourself to succeed!
- How Consulting Works
Ann Louden, The Ann Louden Company
Are you interested in learning about what it's like to be a consultant, including how to get started? This is an opportunity to speak with someone who has worked in-house and who operates her own consulting practice. Fellow consultants welcome.
- President's Council Table: Biggest Challenges, Possible Solutions
Mary Ann Routledge, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of NY
A special opportunity for President's Council members to connect with each other, get counsel and share advice on their biggest challenges. Bring your questions and ideas and be prepared to come away with solutions.
- Grow Your Funding: Scaling and Diversifying Support - FULL
Marcela Hahn, Bank Street College
Are you looking to breathe new life into your fundraising program? Explore how to take your fundraising efforts to the next level by getting creative and tapping in to new resources and revenue sources.
- Mastering the Ask and Converting Prospects to Donors - FULL
Sarah Lesser Avins, NewYork-Presbyterian
Learn how to build meaningful relationships with your donors that inspire them to make major gifts. This discussion is open to anyone, but is particularly useful for individuals who are new to frontline fundraising and making the ask.
- Transitioning from Development to Executive Leadership - FULL
Marti Fischer, Marti Fischer Group; Louisa Benton, Hope for Depression Research Foundation
Learn what it's like to make the move from a fundraising role to an executive director position. What skills can prepare you to make this change? What is it like? Is this transition right for you? Speak directly with a coach as well as someone who has made this career transition to learn more.
- Where to Begin: Transitioning into Development - FULL
Carmel Napolitano, DRG Search
Are you thinking of entering (or re-entering) the Development field, but aren't sure where to begin, what kinds of jobs to consider, or how to position yourself? This is for you!
$50 for Members
$70 for Non-Members
Includes Wine and Hors D’oeuvres
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