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Member Event | Developing a strategic plan that works for your organization

 

Lack of strategic focus and alignment can be a challenge for many organizations. As nonprofits face increased need, shifting funding models, technology advancement, and other changes, a clear and focused strategy is more important than ever.

Strategic planning is the act of creating a reliable, comprehensive blueprint prioritizing and focusing your organization’s resources over a three- to five-year timeline. Join GCN Senior Consultant Elizabeth Runkle to learn about different approaches to strategic planning, how to select the approach that is best fit for your organization, the process to create a strategic plan to focus on impact, and the implementation plans that ensure successful execution.

You will gain an understanding of:

  • How to design a process for strategic planning (who to involve and engage)
  • How to conduct an environmental scan
  • How to develop goals, objectives and outcomes


About the presenter

Elizabeth Runkle brings a diverse background of generating and implementing innovative and break-through ideas within the social sector, and has worked with low-wealth and marginalized populations for over 12 years. She has advised several nonprofits and small businesses on strategy and business models, with expertise in social enterprise. Learn more

Program Stats:

Date

April 16, 2019

Time

10:00 am -12:00 pm

Address

FODAC
4900 Lewis Road
Stone Mountain, GA 30083

This is a complimentary, member-exclusive event.

IMPORTANT: Please complete a separate registration for each attendee. (The “register guest” option will not allow you to register other team members under your account.)

If you have not yet set up an account, use the second link to create a new account.

 

Need assistance with registration?

Reach out to the GCN membership team at [email protected] or 678.916.3080