Meetings & Training:
Community Impact: Using an Outcome Framework for the Highest Return in Human Gain, Featuring Debra B. Natenshon
You volunteer and do good work, but how do you define success and how do you quantify the results of your efforts in ways that transcend the anecdotal success story? How do you articulate the impact that your efforts are having on the quality of life in your community? With lasting community impact as our goal, we need to clearly define, track and rollup results from our efforts and dollars. Adopting an outcomes framework can help you shift from an expectation to an outcome mindset and ground your efforts.
This webinar, available on February 13, simplifies the often complex notion of Outcome Management by using relevant real-life examples and interactive dialogue with participants, and it will help you make the ‘link’ between what you do and what you achieve. Click here to register.
Welcome to the Simplicity Lunch and Learn Series!
Simplicity is pleased to be hosting a monthly session at the Junior League Building. The format is simple. Peruse the range of topics that is timed to be seasonally appropriate, register online for best price or in person at the event, bring a topping for a shared salad, and come home with new ideas, techniques and maybe a new acquaintance. What better way to spend 90 minutes!
Topics are varied so pick the ones that interest you. Regardless, you’ll leave with tips and strategies for setting goals and making positive changes to simplify your home and your life. With Simplicity’s Lunch and Learn, you’ll be well on your way to a healthy, happy, and organized 2013!
A few upcoming Lunch and Learn Sessions:
- Thursday, February 14: Organizing Your Small Business, Presented by Laurie Martin and Angie Mattson
- Thursday, March 14: Organizing Your Papers, Presented by Anne Steppe and a CPA
- Thursday, April 18: Right-sizing Your Life, Presented by Robin McCoy
Click here to view all events in the series.
Strategies for Building and Sustaining Healthy Committed Relationships
Learn concepts for building and sustaining healthy relationships based on the 12 developmental tasks of committed relationships as researched and developed by Wallerstein and Blakeslee. Topics discussed will include setting healthy personal boundaries in relationships, handling family issues, and researched factors contributing to committed relationships lasting 25 years or longer.
- Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2013
- Time: 6:30-8 p.m.
- Location: JLC Building, Community Room
This session will be led by Dr. Alexander Gnilka, who is the clinical coordinator with Carolinas HealthCare System’s Employee Assistance Program and is a licensed professional counselor with over 8 years of counseling, consulting, and teaching experience. He also is an adjunct professor for Wingate University, and Pfeiffer College. Dr. Gnilka has spent the majority of his education, research and career studying relationships and building stronger families. Dr. Gnilka is married to Allison Payne Gnilka, a member of the JLC’s Mental Health Awareness Committee. Members will receive one membership credit for attending. Click here to register.
Planned Giving Parlor Meetings
The Planned Giving Committee is excited to sponsor three Spring Parlor meetings for members to become educated about the Legacy Society and planned giving. It is also an opportunity to consider membership in the Legacy Society. Gifts made to the JLC by Legacy Society members, along with the success of our traditional, annual fundraising efforts and initiatives, will enable us to grow the Foundation’s corpus and allow the League to continue our strong legacy in the Charlotte community.
Wednesday, March 6
- Time: 6-7 p.m.
- Location: JLC Building, Room A
Monday, March 11, 2013
- Time: 6-7 p.m.
- Location: Park Road Total Wine Education Room, 1600 East Woodlawn Ave. 28209
- Time: 6-7 p.m.
- Location: Charlotte Marriott Exec. Park, 5700 Westpark Dr. 28217
Click here to register.
March General Membership Meeting
Join us for the March General Membership Meeting! A social hour with cash bar will occur before the meeting with drinks ranging from $5 – $8. Please come early to meet and mingle with other members. In addition, boxed dinners will be available for purchase online. Complimentary childcare will also be provided by S.T.E.P.S. Developmental Academy for the first 50 children registered.
- Date: Monday, March 18, 2013
- Time: Social hour 6-7 p.m., meeting 7-8:30 p.m.
- Location: Marriott Executive Park, 5700 Westpark Drive
Click here for more details on the boxed dinner and to make a purchase. Click here to register for childcare and to learn more about S.T.E.P.S. All requests for announcements to be listed in agenda and tables reserved during social must be sent to Ashley Snider , General Membership Meetings chair, by February 20. You will have an opportunity to view the meeting material and vote online prior to the meeting.