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I believe that nonprofit leaders like you are doing some of the hardest, most noble work on the planet. And, I want to help. Typically, I do this in two ways:
By providing tips, ideas, checklists, worksheets, and tutorials on my blog and emails.
By working directly with nonprofits on larger engagements (usually one year or more), helping them build their infrastructure and create an environment where funds can more easily flow.
But I have found that there is a huge gap. I know because I hear from Executive Directors and other nonprofit leaders regularly about a whole range of issues that are too big or specific to be solved by a blog post or quick email response, but too small to make the cost and effort of a large engagement worthwhile.
A new ED feels overwhelmed and wants advice on how to best hit the ground running.
An E.D. wants to start writing grants, but doesn't know where to find them.
A board chair wants some basic advice for recruiting new board members.
Very often, issues like these can be resolved in a very focused hour or so. Sometimes a leader just needs a sounding board. Or a kick in the pants.
MAKES PERFECT SENSE, RIGHT? SO HOW DOES IT WORK?
First, watch this video.
Here are the details:
Sessions will be conducted over Zoom or other free technology with video and screen sharing option.
Request a a date and time using the form below. Provide some basic information about your organization and the challenge you are facing. This way, we can dig right into the challenge during the session.
After you fill out the contact form, you’ll be emailed an invoice ($199 per 60-minute session) to be paid prior to the session. You can use PayPal, or any major credit card.
Once you have paid, you will receive instructions for an online meeting with a confirmation of the date and time. We will meet at the designated time and have a discussion about the topic(s) you have indicated.
More than 1 person? No problem. Just let me know when booking so I can be better prepared. I don't mind one additional person, but I don't want to unexpectedly face a room full of people. Thank you for understanding.
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