For youth by youth: Meeting with your peers - Tips and tools for working with others

Sunday, April 26, 2015, 08:00 PM until 09:00 PM EST
60 minutes
Webinar Replay
Who should attend

Youth engaged in family philanthropy, ages 12-21, and adults interested in hearing youth perspectives and learning tips for how best to engage them.


Sometimes it can be challenging to work with other groups, for example, with other committees or with adults. Learn skills to help facilitate meetings for effectiveness and make decisions as a team. After this session, you'll be better at facilitating meetings, using collaborative decision-making tools, and leading others. Collaboration can be fun and rewarding; your new skills and tools will take the stress out of meetings and decisions! NOTE: Please download our special discussion guide for youth with adults for this session..

 Meeting with your peers slides available here.

Also be sure to check out other sessions in this special youth webinar series:

March 29th: Family foundations from a youth perspective

April 13th: The art versus science of grantmaking

May 11th: Your voice. Your world. Building your capacity to ignite change

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What participants said:

NCFP consistently and brilliantly presents the very best education to family foundations and donor advisor funders. Though I actively participate in educational opportunities with many organizations in the philanthropic center it is those offered by NCFP that drill deeper into issues, savor the nuances of family grantmaking and produce products that motivate and inspire in an all embracing understanding of families and the dynamics that challenge them.

Shirley Fredricks, Board Member, The Lawrence Welk Family Foundation

The Family Philanthropy Webinar series is a wonderful resource, allowing us to "attend" sessions from all over and to share materials with other members of our foundation. The transcripts of the sessions are also a valuable resource. Thank you for these Webinars.

Sukey Garcetti, Secretary/Treasurer, Roth Family Foundation
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