Join as a Group and your team will have complete access to all American Nonprofit Academy resources for one price. Group learning helps build the cohesive elements of your organization with real professional development on the latest nonprofit sector trends and methods. You and your selected cohorts will receive your own unique Group access code to the Academy.
TRAINING GROUP BENEFITS
- 24/7 FREE Access to our Full Catalog of Nonprofit Training Courses.
- 24/7 FREE Access to all Certificate Courses and Programs, including verifiable completion Certificates.
- 24/7 FREE Access to all Bundled Curriculum groups, e.g. New Board Member Training.
- FREE Access to all Continuing Education Credit Training Courses.
- FREE participation in all Academy Sponsored Live Education Webinars.
- FREE Exclusive Periodic and downloadable Training Team documents, White Papers, and tools tailored for nonprofit Teams.
- Exclusive Discounted programs for Training Team Members Only –strictly from Nonprofit related resources.
- The curated Weekly Nonprofit National News consolidated for you and connected from the nonprofit media.
- Members Only Linkable Graphics Icons showing Team Membership.
- Participation in the Weekly Friday Online NPO Talk Show.
- Participation in one of the most Supportive Community of Nonprofits with Leaders and Experts from Across America.
We really encourage you to pair with cohorts and create a Training Team Membership. The price value difference is huge and you’ll expand your experience with fellow team members encouraging, networking and challenging your learning.
Team sizes can start with just one person and you can have up to ten on your team!
However, if you decide a Team Membership is not right for you, the training courses, certificates, and live programming can always be purchased separately as shown throughout our Course Catalog pages.
WORKING AS A TEAM DRIVES SUCCESS
Build a Nonprofit you love and are proud of, generating predictable revenue, and giving you the ability to accomplish your mission. Offer fellow employees, volunteers, donors, and your cohorts real learning tools which help your organization succeed. Tap into the collective knowledge & experience of a community of membership nonprofits and experts who are there to support each other. Take Control and better manage your nonprofit on a day to day basis with far less stress. Gain knowledge and new methods to both attract more Supporters and Donors and keep them involved in your Nonprofit.
“Despite its reputation for being, well, lame, team building is the most important investment you can make for your people. It builds trust, mitigates conflict, encourages communication, and increases collaboration. Effective team building means more engaged employees, which is good for company culture and boosting the bottom line. It can also be adventurous and enjoyable if you do it with a little pizzazz.” Brian Scudamore, founder and CEO of O2E Brands as Contributor to FORBES.
“Team learning is the practice of developing the ability of the entire organization to develop a shared view of a “big” picture as well as the details which comprise it. The big picture often encompasses the organization’s mission and purpose. Many would say it is management’s responsibility to provide the leadership to produce a shared vision within an organization.” Micheal E. Friesen, as Contributor to LinkedIn.
“To counter the feeling of isolation that students often have when taking courses online, it’s important to create opportunities for students to connect with each other, says Sher Downing, an edtech strategist who serves as the vice chancellor for eLearning at the University of South Carolina” Dennis Pierce Contributor to ECampusNews.
“Working with friends is not just something that makes us feel good – it can actually produce better results,” said Robert Lount, co-author of the study and associate professor of management and human resources at The Ohio State University’s Fisher College of Business. The study was led by Seunghoo Chung, a doctoral student in management and human resources at Ohio State. The results appear online in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.