Past Events and Trainings
If you’d like to host one of these trainings or if you’d like to see a specific training come your way please contact communications.
Disaster Preparedness: Practical Steps Towards Organizational Resiliency
Law Enforcement Reform- What You Need to Know
Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse
ADA Demystified: Roundtable Discussion
Navigating Insurance in a Changing Marketplace
Presented by NPIP and Munich RE, this training focused on helping nonprofits properly protect their organizations by navigating recent changes in the insurance market. The objectives of the training are to examine the driving factors behind the current insurance landscape, outline ways you help support your organization obtain the best renewal outcomes, and review best practices for proactive risk management.
Leading with Emotional Intelligence - A WA State Nonprofit Conference Deep Dive
Emotional intelligence is a vital aspect of being an effective leader. Fortunately, we can all learn and strengthen the critical skills necessary for navigating emotions and relationships. Sponsored by NPIP, this leadership training brought helpful information for leaders to become self-aware of emotions, use that awareness to react positively to situations and people, accurately read the emotions of others, and improve interactions and relationships through the power of empathy.
Navigating Intercultural Workplace Dynamics - Part 1: Creating Culturally Competent People
Your Guide to Addressing HR-Related Employee Risks
Please find a recording, by Jared Smith & Jeff Yates of S3 Management Group LLC, below.
Navigating Intercultural Workplace Dynamics - Part 2: Cross-Cultural Communication
Data Security Webinar
The astronomical growth of cybercrime, coupled with evolving privacy regulations, have made data privacy a top-priority risk for nonprofit leaders in 2021. The session educated various nonprofits on their possible cyber vulnerabilities and covered steps and strategies to safeguard their confidential information, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and Protected Health Information (PHI). In order to address this challenge, NPIP worked with trusted risk management partner NRMC to host this webinar on data security exclusively for NPIP members.
Focus on De-Escalation
Have you ever been in a work situation where you have felt unsafe? Have you ever thought about how you would respond to a crisis at work?
This groundbreaking workshop demonstrates strategies your nonprofit can use to keep everyone - staff, clients, and the public - safe.
Jesus Villahermosa is a nationally recognized expert in the field of crisis response, and presents practical, life-saving techniques that are backed by years of data, analysis, and experience. Participants will come away with a revolutionized understanding of how to prepare for and respond to a workplace crisis.
Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Presented by the highly qualified members of “Teams & Leaders”, this training focused on leadership essentials regarding the critical skills necessary for navigating emotions and relationships. The objectives of the training were as follows: to become more self-aware of emotions, using that awareness to react positively to situations and people, accurately reading the emotions of others, and improving interactions and relationships through the power of empathy.
Surviving the Active Lethal Threat
While presented specifically for schools, this groundbreaking training contained best practices that are applicable across a variety of industries. This workshop covered critical instruction for preparing and implementing lock down procedures as well as lifesaving crisis response techniques that are backed by years of data, analysis, and experience. Attendees were encouraged to bring their current lock down plans and were given the knowledge and tools to revolutionize their approach to surviving the active lethal threat.