It’s clear that state and federal policy changes are coming that will have both immediate and long-term impact on Georgia’s nonprofits. Change will be required to prepare us to meet the challenges that are sure to come.
Are you ready to lead that change for the sake of your mission?
GCN Executive Vice President Kathy Keeley will focus on how change and shifting economic realities affect organizations. Drawing on her experience as a consultant and change agent for corporations, nonprofits, and government organizations, Kathy will provide practical recommendations for how to apply a theory, skill, and strategy to lead your organization through necessary change to effectively respond to internal or external pressures.
- Resiliency – What makes the organization flexible, able to manage change and recover from setbacks?
- Sustainability – Financial and organizational sustainability will be redefined over the next five years.
- Alliances – How do we work together to “move the needle” for greater impact and/or meet increased need?
- Advocacy – What do we need to train our boards, volunteers and staff to be effective?
Take advantage of this timely opportunity to network and connect with fellow nonprofit leaders and sector experts on approaches to proactively manage the uncertainty we are experiencing.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Executive Vice President, Programs
Kathy's long and illustrious career includes serving as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of Minneapolis, leading a number of nonprofits, and 15 years of consulting work for city governments, corporations, and nonprofits.
March 28, 2017
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
GCN Member: FREE
If you have any questions, please contact your membership team at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (678) 916-3080.