Getting to Yes! The Art of Influence

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Name: Getting to Yes! The Art of Influence
Date: January 14, 2021
Event Description:
TVNPA Community Program Getting to YES
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What does it take to compel a person to take action? Whether you want them to volunteer, make a donation, join a project or become a partner, it takes more than just making an ask.
 
Amy Aines coaches us on how to harness the power of communication, illustrating five influence principles that cause people to say YES! Through stories and advice, she will reveal what it takes to create a convincing case and provide a roadmap for building support for the outcomes you desire.
 
About our Speaker:
 
Amy Aines is CEO of Damianakes Communications and Founder of Talking STEM. She is co-author of Championing Science – Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers. Amy knows how much words matter. As a messaging strategist, speaker coach, and reputation builder, Amy is an expert at tailoring information to engage listeners and build support. For 40 years, she has helped business leaders, scientists and technical experts communicate to get results. Her work has contributed to the success of countless tech and biotech companies, individuals, corporate initiatives and product innovations. In early 2020, she launched Talking STEM providing workshops and online courses to teach STEM graduates and professionals essential communication, relationship-building and influence skills.
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TVNPA is pleased to partner again this year with Nonprofit Compensation Associates to participate in its 2021 Compensation and Benefits Survey. NCA invites your organization to take part in its comprehensive and informative annual survey. The opportunity to participate is now open to the nonprofit community.
 
Published by Oakland-based Nonprofit Compensation Associates, NCA's 2021 report will feature an updated Economic Environment section in order to capture the nonprofit sector's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey provides a wealth of information to help nonprofits manage through these uncertain times, including base pay, bonus/incentive pay, employee benefits, salary increases and a wide variety of personnel policies.
 
More than 600 nonprofit organizations, reporting on over 33,000 jobs, participated in the 2020 survey last year, placing it among the largest and most robust nonprofit compensation studies in the survey's 42-year history.

 
To participate in the 2021 survey, or acquire the 2020 survey report, visit their website. 
 
Who can participate: Nonprofit organizations located in Northern California.
 
Research focus: Current, local compensation data of hundreds of nonprofit organizations located throughout Northern California, including major metropolitan areas in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento regions. This survey covers a vast geographic area of 48 Northern California counties from Del Norte County in the far northwest to Inyo County in the far southeast.
 
Associated costs: The cost of purchasing the survey report depends on your organization's financial size and is steeply discounted for participants.
 
Organization participation enrollment deadline: February 12, 2021
 
Report publication date: April 16, 2021 
 
Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance
Serving the Tri-Valley and beyond
   
The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance provides nonprofit organizations with opportunities to meet, collaborate and share resources, thereby strengthening each other as they work to achieve their missions.
 
The organization's philosophy is simply put: together, we're better. When local nonprofits succeed and thrive, the entire community is strengthened. The Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance serves professionals and volunteers in the Tri-Valley region and beyond.
 
Collaboration | Education | Community
Location:
Virtual Event
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, January 14, 2021
10:30 - Noon
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