Create a thriving organization in a challenging funding environment.
Starting October 4, 2017
Vitality is about the capacity to live, grow or develop. It implies vigor and energy found only in a few nonprofits. A financially vital organization takes smart, calculated risks to invest in itself; has a culture focused on mission, results, and community impact; and has mastered strategy by implementing strategic planning, work planning, and an effective budget process. Financial vitality is about more than survival: it is about thriving in a challenging environment and using all the tools available to make a difference.
This four-part series will allow you to:
- Determine the real net worth of your organization by using your Balance Sheet in your strategy
- Invest in your organization’s goals by applying real budget to your mission outcomes
- Create impact beyond individual programs
- Infuse your organization with a culture that supports financial vitality
- Build a real plan that leads to a thriving organization
These highly interactive sessions will be stocked with case studies, interactive group discussions, and hands-on exercises. Come prepared to write performance measures for your organization.
FV 301 | Financial Vitality Defined and Practiced: Result Measures to the Balance Sheet
November 8, 2017
FV 302 | Financial Vitality: Redefining the Operating Reserve for Innovation
December 6, 2017
FV 303 | Organizational Culture: Building a Culture to Support Vitality
January 10, 2018
FV 304 | Building the Plan: Strategies for Achieving Vitality
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Development staff and executive leadership
- Starts October 4, 2017
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
A full year of learning, and this program is included! Learn more about this exclusive opportunity for GCN member organizations.