Strategic Planning: Creating Your Organization’s Road Map
Monday, April 22, 2019
Presenter: Susan Weinrich, Senior Vice President, Organizational and Community Development, NYCON
Nonprofit organizations are increasingly challenged to respond to complex service delivery, settings, workforce, funding and regulatory environments. This training provides participants with a fundamental understanding of the how to incorporate strategic thinking and action into routine operations as well as understand what strategic planning is and is not, as well as how to determine the best time to engage in a strategic planning process. We will demystify planning and help participants to design a planning process that is best suited to their particular needs. In addition, the session will clarify the potential roles of board members, committee members, staff members, consumers, funders, donors, and other stakeholders in the planning process in order to ensure buy-in and a commitment to successful implementation.
This workshop is part of Governance Matters’ monthly training series, Practical Solutions for Today’s Nonprofit Governance Challenges. These sessions cover some of the most challenging aspects of nonprofit board governance, such as defining the expectations of board service, building leadership, improving fundraising strategies and engaging in meaningful strategic planning. Both board members and staff are encouraged to attend, and are welcome to attend one, several or all of the sessions.
Governance Matters is an affiliate of the New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON).
315 West 36th Street, Room 9A
New York, New York 10018
5:30 -7:30 pm
$25 NYCON members; Non-Members $40