Most people work hard to avoid conflict. We do so because we do not appreciate that conflict can also provide insight and opportunities for personal growth. To create successful relationships, it is important to understand that and use the tools we have to not just resolve conflict, but also to manage it. This session, presented by: Robert (Rocky) Petrovich, will explore the opportunities that conflict presents and the various tools and strategies to better resolve and manage conflict and enhance our roles as development professionals.
Join us in celebrating excellence in Philanthropy on May 6! #AFPCfaces
Save these dates for our 2016 Educational Breakfast Programs
April 15, 2016 at River Roast September 16, 2016 at Petterino's Banquets November 11, 2016at Petterino's Banquets
Stay tuned - details on breakfast program speakers and NEW AFP Chicago educational programs will be posted soon!
AFP Chicago: Your Community
AFP Chicago is a welcoming community of fundraisers. Get connected and build one-on-one relationships with like-minded professionals. As a member, you can access educational opportunities, discounts to events and publications and share your experience and insights with others. Membership has its benefits!
Q&A with 2016 AFP Chicago Chapter President Eric Johnson
Eric Johnson is AFP Chicago’s 2016 Chapter President, and Director of Development at the Illinois Network of Charter Schools. We invited Eric to share his insights with us, including how he entered the development profession, turning points in his career, and why he is looking forward to the year ahead.