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Member Event | Thinking, Planning, and Acting Strategically in Today’s Climate

The world continues to change at a dramatic pace. We are witnessing radical, widescale shifts in public policy, demographics, technology, and nonprofit investment that directly impact each of us. Nonprofits that assess their environment on a regular basis, and agree internally on a shared strategic direction that harnesses their capabilities, have a far better chance of success in this dynamic climate.

In order to stay relevant and remain the partner of choice for their stakeholders, all board members, staff leadership, and key volunteers must answer the call to be more strategic. That’s why you’ll want to join Sir José Bright, Vice President of GCN’s Nonprofit Consulting Group, as he shares:

● data on the forces and trends impacting every aspect of the nonprofit world;
● ways that nonprofit leaders can become more strategic in thought and action;
● tools to develop a roadmap for implementing your strategic intent; and
● methods for aligning the organizational elements critical to pursuing strategic aims successfully.


About the presenter

Sir José Bright
Vice President & Senior Consultant, GCN's Nonprofit Consulting Group
[email protected] | 678-916-3055

Bright brings a diverse skillset and experience in nonprofit consulting, most recently working on the African continent for the past 20 years as director of a management consultancy, in government, on public boards and think tanks, and in the private sector. His areas of expertise include strategic management and change management, leadership development and executive coaching. more


Program Stats:


Wednesday, November 15, 2017


9:30 am - 12:00 pm


Clayton County Community Services Authority
1000 Main Street
Forest Park, GA 30297

Registration Details

This event is complimentary and exclusively for staff and board members of GCN member nonprofits.



Registration: 9:30 - 10:00 am
Program: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm