Strategic Planning for Nonprofits: Join Us for This Seminar!

She’s back! Jeanne Allen is returning to the Outer Banks to reprise her popular workshop on strategic planning for nonprofits. The seminar is on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm at College of the Albemarle at 132 Russell Twiford Road in Manteo. Click here to register.

In this seminar, designed especially for nonprofit organizations, Jeanne will break down the planning process into three bites: preparing for your plan, building your plan, and living your plan. This will be a thorough yet quick dive into how a nonprofit can develop and execute a plan for achieving its mission.

This will be a hands-on workshop, with time throughout the seminar for individual nonprofits to sketch out their pathway for how to integrate planning into their organizational culture. Nonprofits are invited to bring two or more people to allow for real-time conversation and planning throughout the day.

“Good outcomes today certainly don’t ensure a future for tomorrow,” says Ms. Allen. “Nonprofits find that taking the time to plan for the future and to ask big questions will result in creating a stronger pathway to success.”

At the end of this hands-on workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Organize their own strategic planning process
  • Define and determine the roles and responsibilities needed
  • Design a monitoring and implementation process

This workshop is offered for just $11 per person, which includes a tasty boxed lunch and morning coffee. Any nonprofit serving the Outer Banks is invited to join. Click here to register!

Jeanne Allen, our presenter, is an instructor in the Duke University Nonprofit Management Certification Program, where she teaches Board Development and Governance, Strategic Planning, Social Media Strategy and Policy, and Volunteer Engagement. Ms. Allen is a BoardSource Certified Governance Trainer and a Certified Instructor in the Service Enterprise Program, sponsored by Points of Light Foundation. As a volunteer, she is a local organizer for NC Tech4Good, specializing in technology topics for nonprofits.