Tag: Business Consultants

The Leadership Development Deficit: How to Build Your Talent Pipeline

Presented by Preeta Nayak, Fontaine M. Huey, and Bonnie Hunter

In this SSIR Live! program, Bridgespan partner, Preeta Nayak will share findings from the firm’s research on leadership development, and outline the habits every executive team can take to slow the “turnover treadmill” and better prepare for future success. Fontaine M. Huey, president of the Center for the Visually Impaired, and Bonnie Hunter, director of Talent & Innovation at North York Community House, will share their experiences of putting these practices in place within a growing organization, including tips and tools for jumpstarting the process, and mitigating the biases that can limit staff development and growth.

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Census 2020: What Nonprofits, Local Governments, and Funders Need to Do Now

Presented by Perla Ni, Gary Bass, and Maria de la Luz Garcia

A fair and accurate count for the 2020 Census is critical for political representation and for the allocation of $700 billion in federal funds. Low-income communities are especially at risk of undercounting. The operations for the Census are already in high-gear: Key decisions are being made, heads of local offices are being hired, field staff are being sourced, and outreach campaigns are being designed. In this SSIR Live! program we will explore opportunities and avenues available for nonprofits, funders, and local governments to ensure your local community gets counted.

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Critical Functions: A Webinar Series for Nonprofit Leaders

Presented by Darian Rodriguez Heyman, Kim Klein, Kay Sprinkel Grace, & Steve MacLaughlin

SSIR is pleased to announce a new series that provides hands-on, implementable game plans on various “critical functions” for leaders of nonprofit organizations. This three-part series consists of three 90-minute sessions (April 11, 18, & 25, 2018). These sessions will explore donor-centric fundraising, ways to improve board relationships, and strategies for more effective measurements and analysis.

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The Best Moments to Merge for Nonprofit Success

Presented by Anne Wallestad, Katie Smith Milway, and John Maconga

There are half a dozen moments in the life cycle of any nonprofit organization that create natural opportunities to discuss the possibilities of organizational restructuring, strategic alliances, or even outright mergers. Rather than viewing these moments as a sign of weakness, one should view them as an opportunity to advance your organization’s mission. This SSIR Live! webinar will help you reflect on where your organization is today, where it’s headed, and how a restructuring, strategic alliance, or merger could help make your organization more effective. We will share nonprofit market data, explore several case studies, and hear from a nonprofit that seized upon a “moment to merge.”

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Strategic Concepts That Truly Matter for Nonprofits

Presented by William F. Meehan III and Kim Starkey Jonker

In this SSIR Live! webinar, Bill Meehan, Lafayette Partners Lecturer in Strategic Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business and Kim Jonker, President & Chief Executive Officer, King Philanthropies, will explore key ideas and tools for nonprofits that will enable them to pursue their work more strategically.

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Six Communication Imperatives for Every Changemaker

Presented by Ann Christiano and Annie Neimand

In this SSIR Live! webinar, we’ll give you six guideposts to help you be more successful by making the work you’re already doing more compelling. You’ll develop techniques to make your target communities care as much about your idea as you do. And you’ll learn the science behind great storytelling, compelling messaging, and effective communication strategy.

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Design Thinking

Design Thinking for The Social Sector

Presented by Thomas Both, Nadia Roumani, and Jeff Mohr

This unique two-part 180-minutes e-certification program offers you basic to advanced training in human-centered design and systems thinking through activities, illustrative examples, and case studies. This is produced in conjunction with Stanford d.School’s Designing for Social Systems (DSS) Program.

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