Posts Tagged ‘TeamNFP’

No Victims: What CFO’s Need to Know About Fraud & Embezzlement

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Bryant Truitt, CEO of Brytan & Associates which has provided practice management assessments for healthcare providers, nonprofits, and other organizations for 18 years, is a busy speaker. As a Certified Fraud Examiner, he has been much in demand because of the rise in fraud and embezzlement by employees.  He was gracious to share how nonprofits can minimize their risk although total prevention is impossible — the crooks just change venue and what they do. Learn what to look for and what to do to keep your revenue out of the wrong hands.

Presenter: Bryant Truitt, Brytan & Associates, Inc.

Originally presented Feb. 2014

What CFO’s Need to Know About Fraud Webinar Slides

Saving on Your Hiring, Orientation & Onboarding Costs

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

How can you make your hiring process, orientation, and onboarding more efficient? It starts with preparation and follow through. Get ideas you can use in your nonprofit to put the right person in the right place at the right cost in terms of time, money and effort.

Presenter: Jan Triplett, former Asstistant Director of Staff Development for a Texas tax exempt organization

How to Save on Your Hiring, Orientation, & Onboarding Costs

Speaking the Same Financial Language Webinar

Tuesday, May 20th, 2014

How can you help your staff, board, and others understand financial terms that you know backwards and forwards? Karen Millican who has spent many years working as the CFO of nonprofits knows the challenge and has come up with a process so that everyone really understands what the words and the finances mean. This means the organization can arrive at better decisions when it comes to money allocation.

Presenter: Karen Millican, MBA, Business Tutor, LLC

Millican Speaking The Same Language Webinar Slides

Reducing Wasted Employee Time

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

Photo by Alan Cleaver

No nonprofit can afford to have employees waste time or effort.  No manager can expect employees to be 100% efficient either. Some time wasters can actually be rejuvenators according to an article on finding a productivity sweetspot by NICE Systems. (more…)