Training

Comprehensive training. Multiple methods to meet your unique needs.

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The work you do has a direct impact on the people in your community. It's important that you know how to keep your finances flowing and vital services available, hire and keep talented team members, and so much more! Attend our training, select the sessions of interest to you, and soak in the knowledge from our experienced trainers. Our goal is to help you get back to the daily grind and be able to focus on the important areas, like achieving your goals.

Join Wipfli trainings to learn, discuss, explore, and take action:

  • Compliance: Following rules and regulations can result in increased funding and cash flow, opportunities to expand, and increased impact in your community.
  • Leadership: What your leaders should know, driving an organization’s culture, protecting your reputation, leading inclusive teams, and making decisions for your future.
  • Human Resources: Changing demographics, new competition, the challenge to recruit and keep top talent, compensation and benefits—all are undergoing rapid changes that require today's HR professional to stay ahead of the curve.
  • What's Next: Best practices are what you need to do now, and next practices are what you need to focus on in the future to make your strategic and daily goals a reality.

The benefits of attending a Wipfli training include exploring what is new and changing. Give yourself time to absorb, question, learn, and challenge, “it’s always been done that way.” Maybe that way still works; maybe there is a better way. Come with ideas—leave with a plan.


Wipfli National Training Conference Online
Oct. 12-15, 2020 - Join us for more than virtual sessions.
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Board Governance Training DVD Series
A training program that can provide education to your board when you want it and when they need it. Each session is broken into eight easy-to-view sections, each lasting 30-45 minutes on the three “R’s” of effective board governance – Regulations, Requirements, and Responsibilities.