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April 18, 2011

Tomorrow’s Workshop: Healthcare Reform – What’s Changed? What Hasn’t? What it Means for Your Nonprofit? [Webinar]

Presented by Peter Andrew, CEO, Council Services Plus

Tuesday, April 19th 2011, 10:00am to 11:30am
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295.jpgHealthcare Reform has always been a complicated and confusing topic and as law, remains so. Polls by the Kaiser Family Foundation have consistently demonstrated that the country is deeply divided on the health-care overhaul law. But according to the group’s latest poll, almost half of those surveyed either believed the health law had been outright repealed (22%) or didn’t know enough to answer one way or the other (26%). Fifty-two percent of the 1,001 adults who were asked about the current status of the health law answered (correctly) that it is still the law of the land. This special webinar on Healthcare Reform will provide you with an overview of what has changed within Healthcare Reform in recent months, what has not changed and what the future might hold for nonprofit employers.

Date: April 19th, 2011
Time: 10:00am to 11:30am

Cost: $15 for NYCON Members; $30 for Non-Members
(Free to attendees of previous Healthcare Reform workshops and Council Services Plus clients. Please contact us for your discount code.)

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Are We Covered for That? A Risk Management Workshop for Performing Arts Organizations [Webinar]
The"Are We Covered for That?" series was designed specifically for nonprofit arts groups by the New York Council of Nonprofits and Marshall & Sterling Inc. May and June’s webinars will focus on Cultural & Historical Organizations and Museums & Libraries
April 28th, 2011 10:00am to 11:30am
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Manage Your Nonprofit's Risk!We know how busy you are. There are preparations, ticket sales, marketing, performers, set design, employees, equipment, locations, costumes, music, audiences and much (much) more to worry about. Sometimes being "proactive" with "risk management" doesn’t quite make it to the top of the priority list. And we understand why. And we also understand why one of the most frequently asked questions we get is "Are We Covered For…?"

And our answer is usually "it depends."

This webinar series will spend more time exploring exactly what Performing Arts Organizations should be covered for, how they can be covered for it and how much they should expect to pay for it.

What you can expect to learn: Each webinar will address specific risks, frequently asked questions, coverage and costs for performing arts organizations in the following areas: .

  • Property Risk & Public Liability
  • Personnel Practice(s), Employment Risks & Employee Benefits Liability
  • Special Events, Performance and Event Preparations
  • Contracts, Copyrights & Cyber Liability
  • Board Risks, Policy Making & Business Decisions

Date: April 28th, 2011

Time: 10:00am to 11:30am
Cost: Free to NYSCA Grantees; $15 for NYCON Members; $45 for Non-Members.

Location: This is a webinar. You will be emailed log-in and call-in directions before the webinar

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The Ombudsman Program: Helping Members Understand and Navigate the New York State Contracts and Payments System…
Membership Benefits Spotlight! A member exclusive initiative designed to help nonprofits understand and navigate the complexities of New York State’s contracting and payment process. Working in conjunction with the New York State Comptroller, NYCON is now taking online inquiries from members regarding their unresolved contracting and/or payment issues with New York State. Learn More
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The Social Media Decision Maker’s Toolkit

Presented By
May 3rd, 2011 to May 31st, 2011

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A series of five trainings designed to take the mystery out of social media. Let the experts at Idealware walk you through the creation of your own social media strategy, step by step.

The hardest part of getting started with social media is figuring out what tools your organization should use. How do you work through all the possibilities, hype, and data to decide which channels actually make sense for your organization?

Look no further than this webinar series, "The Social Media Decision-Maker’s Toolkit", brought to you through an Idealware and the New York Council of Nonprofits

Over the course of 5 trainings, we’ll take the mystery out of the process and walk you through the creation of your own social media strategy, step by step

Featured Webinars from the National Council of Nonprofits
[National Council of Nonprofits]

Managing Employee Performance
April 20, 2011 -10:00am – 11:30am

Nonprofit Employee Benefits Conference

May 16-17 The Salvation Army Conference Center
West Nyack, NY
Learn More & Register

Nonprofit leaders with responsibility for employee benefits won’t want to miss this informative, affordable, solutions-oriented event. If you’re concerned about the rising cost and growing complexity of employee benefits, register today.


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