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October 27, 2015

Advocacy Forward: Demystifying Policy Advocacy as a Grantmaking Strategy

9:30 am – 11:30 am

Advocacy is the single most effective strategy to achieve social impact. Yet there’s a tendency to avoid advocacy as a grantmaking strategy. In this interactive session we will explore challenges and opportunities behind the gap that exists between the possibilities that advocacy affords as a grantmaking strategy and the reluctance of philanthropic organizations to embrace it.

Pre-registration for this session is required and there is a small registration fee; please visit Florida Philanthropic Network’s website here to register.

Presented by Florida Philanthropic Network

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Anatomy of the Immigration Movement

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Movements can be juggernauts of social change, uniting disparate organizations and individuals around a shared vision. The difference between success and failure begins with a realization that movements don’t happen by accident. They are intentionally built, with success relying not only upon information and resources sharing, but also on a democratic negotiation of different views, values, and approaches. This session will be a study of the immigration movement, where leaders from across the political spectrum, business, law enforcement, nonprofits, and philanthropy will share lessons learned and actionable strategies for success.

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Succession Planning Demystified

4:00 pm -5:30 pm

Leadership transitions are inevitable. And, if they aren’t handled carefully, they can risk throwing organizations into chaos.

Keeping an organization operating at its best during a transition is the responsibility of the C-Suite, and a successful leadership transition requires foresight, planning and strategic execution. This interactive session will take a look at the roles and responsibilities of the C-Suite during a leadership transition and explore the essentials of how to build a strong transition plan.

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Equality through Art

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The potential for the arts is as varied as the imagination itself. The arts can act as community anchors, connecting people to places. It can act as communications tools, offering creative new methods for bridging gaps. It can generate dynamic new forms of social commentary that can’t be ignored. And, it can be a nexus where all of these things come together. Hear success stories about how community art projects are strengthening communities and building important alliances.

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The Clock is Ticking: How To Transform Engagement (and Giving) in the New Philanthropic Landscape

4:00 pm -5:30 pm

While philanthropic giving has increased steadily annually over the past 40 years, it has stubbornly remained at about two percent of the U.S.’s Gross Domestic Product. Despite huge increases in wealth and periods of significant economic growth, the philanthropic sector has yet to move the needle on the level of giving not just needed to ameliorate problems, but SOLVE them. Even as we celebrate record levels of giving, we see more giving from the top of our communities, while charities, unable to create strong loyalty, churn through donors quickly. The clock is ticking: what is to be done in this most critical time as philanthropy is buffeted by “philanthrocapitalism”, crowdfunding and donor-advised funds, to name just a few trends? Join us for a lively workshop with two of the fundraising profession’s top practitioners that is one part strategic, one part tactical, as we discuss what every philanthropic funder or fundraiser needs to know about the policies, resources and partnerships required to transform not just their donor giving, but their donor ENGAGEMENT so they can fulfill their missions. This session will include the release of AFP’s Annual Trends on Philanthropy Paper.

Presented by Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)

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Philanthropic Big Bets for Social Change

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The largest U.S. donors aspire to address society’s most difficult challenges. Sixty percent articulate a powerful social change goal as their dominant objective, and nearly 80 percent cite one among their top three priorities. Yet only 20 percent of their big-bet giving ($10 million-plus commitments) goes to social change. The other 80 percent is traditional institutional giving – primarily to universities, hospitals, and cultural institutions. Join us as we explore this massive “aspiration gap” between ambition and action. Where are donors betting big? What role do big bets play in nonprofit success? Why there aren’t there more of them?

Presented by The Bridgespan Group

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Preparing to be Hacked

4:00 pm -5:30 pm

You are a gatekeeper of digital information. Whether it’s email addresses in your network, financial data from your own organization, or credit card numbers of your donors, chances are that you have information that hackers want. Are you a trustworthy gatekeeper? Experts will discuss the most effective ways to strike the balance between tough security and the transparency that your work demands. You’ll also learn how to prepare for the worst so that if you’re hacked – and there’s an ever-increasing chance you will be – you’re ready to respond the right way.

Presented by TechSoup Global

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Redefining Leadership for a New World

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

One of the upsides to our country’s rapidly changing demographics is that the next generation of charitable sector leaders will guide the most diverse workforce in American history. This brings with it incredible opportunities to leverage unique perspectives and learn from varied life experiences. It also presents the challenge of building consensus among dissimilar parties. As we look to create a future of stronger social justice, is it time to reconsider traditional models of leadership? Learn about new possibilities that are being tested and how they might be employed to shape diversity into common purpose.

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Operating in a Constituent-Empowered World

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Today’s nonprofit CEOs are operating in an increasingly constituent-centric environment. Constituents are more empowered and have higher expectations. Combined with a crowded nonprofit landscape, CEOs have to be more strategic about how they target and serve their constituents to get the most return for each dollar they spend and the constituents receive a positive experience. Join us as we discuss how becoming constituent-centric can enable your organization to further its mission.

Presented by Accenture

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How Millennials Are Changing Philanthropy Forever

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Baby Boomers are retiring and 80 million Millennials, the largest generation in American history, are taking the helm and shaking things up in a major way. Already over 50% of the workforce is Millennial, and Millennial-led companies are completely rewriting established industries (Uber, Airbnb, Spotify, etc). Don’t mistake it, this is happening in philanthropy as well. How? For one, Millennials aren’t giving in the traditional way, instead they want to be intimately part of the change: they want to build and invest in social enterprises, see the direct impact their giving has on the beneficiary and integrate volunteering with their own professional development. Hear from the foremost experts in impact investing, crowdfunding, and skills-based volunteering to learn about how the future of philanthropy is being shaped by the Millennial generation.

Presented by Catchafire

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October 28, 2015

Achieving Social Justice Through Strategic Communications

11:00am – 12:30pm

When it comes to changing the world, a passion for social justice isn’t enough. To build momentum, gain allies, and get noticed by a public overwhelmed by the demands of competing causes, a movement needs to be equipped with a strategic communications plan. By aligning your messages across traditional media, advertising, thought leadership, social media grassroots efforts, and other emerging media, you can build a movement that amplifies its own voice and gets heard. Learn from experts who will discuss successful campaigns and provide guidance on how to improve your own communications.

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Building Strong Management Teams

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

If your organization doesn’t have a strong management team, you aren’t going to be successful. But building one is no easy task. Do you grow leadership from within or recruit from the outside? Does your team have the kind of diversity that will inspire creativity and promote a culture of fairness? What are the pros and cons of mixing communications styles, personalities, leadership preferences, and background experience? Management experts will discuss the nuts and bolts of building a strong management team and provide practical tips to take back to your organization.

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Connecting with the Right Kind of Network

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Broadly defined, a network is a series of connections. It can be comprised of people, skills, resources, knowledge, and much more. We’re most familiar with formal networks like associations, committees, or congregations. But an emergent phenomenon is the swarm – groups of individuals that gather quickly around a cause and disperse just as fast when a goal has been accomplished. Learn how different types of networks have solved social issues. You’ll leave equipped with practical ideas about how to connect to the right network to amplify you impact.

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Innovation Strengths Preference Indicator Workshop

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Innovation doesn’t happen on its own. And, it doesn’t happen often enough. That’s because few leaders actually take the time to assess their own capacities. Prior to this workshop, you’ll register and take the Innovation Strengths Preference Indicator (ISPI™) assessment that will help you understand how you prefer to work with others, how you deal with issues of control, and what affects your motivation, passion, and decision-making. All of these things directly influence innovation. You’ll have the chance to talk with fellow leaders about what these preferences mean as you lead your organization.

Sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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Melting Skepticism Instead of Ice Caps

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

“Once in a while you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.” – Environmentalist (and Grateful Dead leader) Jerry Garcia

Climate change, though measured with hard science, has become so ideologically divisive that environmental advocates found themselves against a wall. How could progress be made if skeptics wouldn’t even listen? The solution, it turns out, might be as simple as reframing the conversation. Hear from experts who are using fresh communications tactics to discuss the future of the planet – and, in doing so, building consensus with unlikely new allies.

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Paying What It Takes to Get Results

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Everyone is getting wise to the symptoms of insufficient overhead, a syndrome we call the Nonprofit Starvation Cycle, but for some reason funding patterns have not changed. What’s holding us back? The cause is simple but profound: the failure to understand the economic diversity of nonprofits and what costs drive value. Nonprofits have different missions and hence very different cost structures. A lab aiming to cure cancer needs expensive lab facilities; a global NGO network has core support costs that include knowledge sharing, complex financial ledgers and global travel. Join us as we explore the ways in which understanding these differences can serve as the beginning of understanding how to break the starvation cycle.

Presented by The Bridgespan Group

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Post-Racial America. Really?

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

In December 2014, Gallup recorded an alarming and sudden shift in public opinion. After two decades barely registering in polls about major U.S. problems, “race relations” and “racism” surged to a level not seen since the 1992 L.A. riots. It only takes a glance at a newspaper or television to understand why. How can we leverage our resources, experience, and brainpower to get past simply talking about race to find real solutions? Together, we can solve for equality. But time is of the essence.

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Using Real-Time, Big Data Platforms to Solve Social Challenges

11:00 pm – 12:30 pm

The ability to link otherwise disconnected islands of data helps Netflix to offer personalized movie choices. It helps Amazon to recommend books for customers to buy. It can also help social sector organizations to develop carefully designed solutions for underserved populations. . By incorporating big data platforms, collective impact initiatives can achieve real, measurable impact.

Presented by OneStar Foundation

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Place-Based Grantmaking in Action in Florida

11:00 am – 12:30 pm

“Place-based grantmaking” has become a popular term in philanthropic circles over the last several years. It illustrates a shift in strategy from a traditional issue- or problem-based philanthropic approach to one focused on improving targeted neighborhoods or communities. Instead of a more traditional grantmaking model where funders seek requests for funding proposals from the community related to the funders’ focus areas, place-based grantmaking starts with a focus on a community and then lets the funding priorities surface from the community. In this FPN program we’ll hear from three Florida philanthropy leaders whose organizations are in different stages of implementing a new place-based grantmaking program. They’ll each describe how and why they developed a place-based grantmaking strategy, what they hope to accomplish and what they’ve learned so far from their efforts.

Presented by Florida Philanthropic Network

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Plugging into Pro Bono Support

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Take a moment and think of a gap in your organization. A place where, if you had the right expert in place, you could really get ahead. Filling that gap without extra resources could be as simple as making the right connection. From public relations to legal guidance, IT help to management training, financial guidance to creative design, and everything in between, there are corporations in every industry standing at the ready to partner with the sector through pro bono help. Learn what’s available and how your organization can connect.

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Beyond Revenue: Sustainability and the Intersection of Model, Innovation, and Insight

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

What is your sustainability plan? This is a question that perplexes many seasoned nonprofit professionals. We are often not equipped to answer this because we are anchored to business models that are either stale, were never conceived to be sustainable, or they’re entirely ill-suited to be sustainable. Further, the term is used in so many contexts that its meaning has become ‘a water sandwich’. This session will explore options for considering sustainability as a concept and it will explore how leaders can forge a greater understanding about how the intentional choice of model, comfort with innovation, and attention to analytics, are the true drivers of financial stability and ultimately sustainable impact.

Presented by Georgia Center for Nonprofits
Sponsored by Center for Social Change

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Leadership Lessons: Leveraging Power and Influence Dynamics between Funders and Grantees

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

The three sources of power leaders believe will be most important to leverage in the next five years are the power of relationships, the power of information and the power to reward others. As foundations move towards more collaborative relationships with NGO’s/nonprofits, the sharing of power and the acknowledgement of influence as vehicles for gaining commitment and ensuring results are gaining more traction. During this interactive session participants will learn tactics for sharing power, promoting the use of influencing skills, and leveraging what research says is the most important source of power – the power of relationships.

Presented by Center for Creative Leadership

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Let the Arts Paint the Way to a Better Looking Future

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Most people look at abandoned warehouses and see neglect. In Miami and around the country, artists look at these areas and see something else: potential. We’ll hear from the innovative minds that are leading the Creative Placemaking charge in Miami and beyond. They’ll discuss the unique ability of the arts to nurture communities and drive economies.
This session is happening offsite at the Bakehouse Art Complex. Due to limited space, you must pre-register for this session when registering for the conference. Attendees will board the bus from the hotel at 1:15 and will return after the session.

Sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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Pursuing Social Justice through Public Office

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

In the House of Representatives, the average age of a member is 57, even though the minimum age of election is only 25. In the Senate, the average is 61 with a minimum elected age of just 30. Elected office – whether local, state, or national – is one of the most powerful positions for affecting social change. So, why aren’t there more young policymakers? Take an in-depth look at the barriers to entry into politics and how they can be broken down to usher in a new wave of passionate young political leaders.

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Ready or Not, a New America is Coming

2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Massive demographic shifts in age, race and ethnicity, immigration, increased population in the South, and more women attaining higher education will fundamentally and rapidly recompose our country. For the charitable sector to prepare for a new America, we have to precisely understand the demographic shifts. What are the rising challenges and their implications for our work? How can we attract new partners? And how do we ensure that our staffs and boards reflect the diversity of the communities we serve?

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Strengthening the Relationship with Your Board

2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Across the sector, CEOs are spreading the responsibility for managing board relationships across the C-Suite. There’s no simple handbook to tell you how to interact with your board members. Nonetheless, there are plenty of unwritten rules and expectations. This session will be a creative skills-building workshop to learn best practices for building strong relationships with board members. Board members from a variety of organization types will provide practical tips and key insights into what, exactly, they expect from C-Suiters.

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CEO Summit: The Future of Philanthropy

2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Silicon Valley Community Foundation’s president and CEO headlines this year’s CEO Summit and will speak on the larger issues facing the philanthropic and nonprofit sector as it heads into the future. Emmett Carson will share how philanthropy can be a disruptive force while taking advantage of the imminent changes affecting our world. He will share his insights on what the sector needs to do to move forward and to be more effective in the coming years.

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Humanizing the System: One Florida Community’s Approach to Lifting Families Out of Poverty

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

In 2006, community leaders in Jacksonville, FL, initiated a process to restructure a fragmented social service system difficult for low-income populations. Their Theory of Change is that families must build social, human and financial assets to successfully move from poverty to self-sufficiency. After completing extensive research and testing their Theory of Change in a Pilot Program, the team has implemented a program that yields a $16.23 to $1 Return on Investment by helping families build 9 Pivotal Assets. In addition to this direct work with families, 1,000 in 1,000 is a systems change approach focused on the realignment of existing community resources into a targeted delivery of social services so that our community can produce and support productive citizens that have meaningful work that supports their families.

This session will offer strategies that foundations and their partners might deploy in local communities to connect families with the necessary assets they may use to lift themselves out of poverty.

Presented by Florida Philanthropic Network

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Governance, Ethics, and Principles for Success

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Senior executives and board members at nonprofits and foundations, large and small, are constantly dealing with governance challenges and ethical dilemmas, many of which are addressed in Independent Sector’s 2015 Principles for Good Governance and Ethical Practice. These challenges range from policies related to conflicts of interest and whistleblower protection to questions about transparency and privacy to issues around executive compensation. No issue is too small.

During this highly interactive workshop, participants will discuss real world governance challenges and ethical dilemmas curated by Independent Sector and its partners and submitted by you, the leaders of the charitable sector. Participants will share their perspectives and experiences with their colleagues, discuss relevant Principles and other considerations and leave with greater insight as to how to tackle these issues.

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October 29, 2015

Conversation with the John W. Gardner Awardee

8:30 am – 10:00 am

When President Kennedy announced the moonshot in 1962, an American had only just recently orbited the earth for the first time. A successful moon landing would take three different rocket programs and — as Kennedy said — metal alloys “some of which have not yet been invented” that could withstand heat about half that of the temperature of the sun. With the inspirational moonshot in mind, this session will explore how nonprofits can set truly audacious but attainable long term goals and plan strategically to achieve them — by seeking to meet a series of impact, scale and organizational challenges. Join the 2015 recipient of the John W. Gardner Leadership Award, Michael Brown CEO and Co-founder of City Year for insight and discussion on undertaking “civic moonshots.”

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And the Pursuit of Happiness?

8:30 am – 10:00 am

We are in the midst of a national identity crisis, where the sacred American Dream is being warped from a hopeful promise for all into an elusive privilege for an elite few. It’s time to reclaim the uniquely American vision of democratic opportunity. To do so, our sector must comprehensively address the root causes of issues like intergenerational economic immobility, gender inequity, racial wealth gaps, and health disparities. What’s being done to move us closer to our goal and what more can we do?

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Changing the Scope of Social Entrepreneurship

8:30 am – 10:00 am

There’s a common lamentation – or, perhaps, a myth – in the charitable sector about young talent. It says that the best and brightest often forsake their passions for social change in favor of the financial stability of the private sector. If that was ever true, next generation leaders have found a way to have their cake and eat it too: social entrepreneurship. By using business principles and practices, including profit generation, young innovators are solving highly specific community challenges. What remains is a key question. Can social entrepreneurship be scaled up to solve systemic problems?

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Civic Tech Lab

8:30 am – 10:00 am

In December 2013, Knight Foundation published a report that heralded “The Emergence of Civic Tech.” As the world’s data volume and technological capacities grow exponentially in tandem, incredible new opportunities for the social sector are beginning to develop. During this hands-on session, tech experts will discuss new approaches around open government, community action, civic engagement, and big data, and showcase how targeted technology is helping us connect with our communities like never before.

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Emerging and Seasoned Leaders: Finding Common Ground Among the Generations

8:30 am -10:00 am

When talking about generations in the workplace, we hear the negative stereotypes: the Silents are fossilized, the Boomers are narcissistic, the Gen Xers are slackers, and the Millennials are even more narcissistic than the Boomers. Research demonstrates that there is plenty of common ground among the generations. The focus of this session will be to explore findings that support how to use common ground to effectively work with, work for, attract, manage, retain, and develop employees of all generations.

Presented by Center for Creative Leadership

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Gender Inequity in the Charitable Sector

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

The number 74 is a critical one for women in the charitable sector. According to the White House Project, women comprise 74% of the nonprofit workforce – but they only fill 10% of upper management positions.

What is more, this inequity doesn’t just exist in leadership positions. According to the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management, women in the charitable sector earn an average 74 cents for every dollar earned by men. This lively discussion will explore why these inequities exist, what they mean for the sector, and what we can do to improve the situation.

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Reducing costs to unlock impact at transformative scale

8:30 am – 10:30 am

If we truly want impact at transformative scale, we need to get serious about cost. Many of our best interventions are inherently limited as currently designed, as they are not economically viable at massive scale due to relatively high unit costs. While the past decade’s focus on evidence and results has been powerful, the relative lack of attention to driving down costs has stymied the potential scale of many programs and interventions. What are the barriers standing in the way of innovating around cost? Is the environment changing in ways that make this something that every organization should be working on? And what are some innovators doing to make this shift – nonprofits, philanthropy and government?

Presented by The Bridgespan Group

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Understanding the Crisis in Puerto Rico

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

Some say Puerto Rico faces a “death spiral” of debt and economic stagnation. As a result of the financial and economic crisis on the island, the fabric of society is stretched and social services of all sorts are endangered. The crisis is real and immediate … yet largely unknown in the US mainland. Join Rafael Cortés Dapena, president of the Fundación Ángel Ramos, Nelson I. Colón, president of Fundación Comunitaria de Puerto Rico and Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for a discussion about what’s happening and why it matters to you.

Sponsored by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

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