- Hard skills development, including both “standard” job-related professional skills as well as newer approaches to the work (e.g., design thinking)
- Learning philanthropy, including the history of the field, different models of and roles for philanthropy, and the mechanics and craft of the work
- Social justice and equity, including the history of social justice work, specific social justice issues, content related to specific populations and how to bring an equity lens to one’s work
- Leadership stance, helping our members find their own, personal approach to leadership within and outside their institutions
- Internal and external advocacy and influence, including managing up, supporting organizational change, and engaging in leadership and activism outside of work
- Current events and philanthropy, putting both positive news and reports of injustice in context and helping members explore how they and their institutions might respond, and
- Career advancement, helping members identify and chart potential career paths.
We will be developing or updating programming across these categories as our plan unfolds.