The Organizational Management Series is designed to assist your organization develop and maintain effective management and organizational strategies.
Applied Project Planning
This session will share a number of success factors and best practices that can help non-profit organizations and funders to position themselves for planning successful projects that achieve realistic goals and objectives within a set budget and defined timeframe.
Creating Policy and Procedure Manuals
Readers frequently turn to policy and procedure documents to understand the internal processes of an organization. Yet those same readers are often frustrated by documents that are difficult to comprehend. Learn the fundamental tools for presenting a crystal clear message in a reader friendly format that will result in effective policy and procedure manuals.
Bookkeeping Basics for Non-Profits
Designed especially for those who know little about accounting, this session will introduce you to the basics of setting up an effective bookkeeping system for your non-profit. Become familiar with accounting vocabulary and bookkeeping basics; Learn the importance of records, processes and the timely recognition of revenue and expenses; Receive an overview of double-entry bookkeeping, the bank reconciliation process and the preparation of financial statements.
Effective Proposal Writing
A one-day workshop to examine strategies and develop effective techniques for writing successful proposals for organizational funding or project support. Take an inspiring and informative look at what makes a winning proposal. Learn more about funders, what they are looking for and how they select winning proposals. Learn how to lay-out and write a credible, easy to read proposal that meets your funders' needs.
Social Media for Non-Profits
How many times have you been asked, “Are you on Facebook?” Do you wonder what the fuss is all about with Twitter? Do you experience tweet guilt because you don’t even know what it is? Has your board or staff been wondering out loud about whether or not your organization should create a Facebook page or blog, or start tweeting about…well, what exactly? Social media is pervasive.