How does your organization measure impact?Data collection and evaluation may not be the sexiest aspect of org development, but the results are critical to understand. Our guest presenter for this Lunch & Learn is Paul Collier, Founder & Principal of Coeffect. Join us Thursday June 16th at 12:00 p.m. MST!
Lunch & Learn Participant - 2021
Richard and Amanda both have extensive grant writing experience (we think its about 30 years). Our experience encompasses both private foundation, state and federal government grants. In fact, grant writing is our favorite things to do! We subscribe to the most comprehensive grant search engines to help our clients identify opportunities that meet their needs. We're also a small shop that doesn't outsource our work, and when you work with us you get two experts for the price of one!
In addition to grant writing, TNSG offers strategic planning facilitation.
The strategic planning process itself is very valuable. Our approach to strategic planning is to engage the board, staff, and appropriate stakeholders in a comprehensive, interactive discovery process guided by the organizations vision and values. This is an in-depth process rooted in the principles of Appreciative Inquiry (AI). Click below to learn more about our process and our
experience in this area.
Richard and Amanda are seasoned board members, and as former executive directors, truly understand the importance of a healthy governing board. We are passionate about supporting boards and offer group trainings and consulting support for nonprofit leaders including board members.
We believe that board members with proper training, onboarding, and clear expectations are an asset to the organization. TNSG can help transform your board into an effective and supportive team!
We are all connected in some way by our passion for helping people and serving our Colorado communities! The Nonprofit Strategy Group facilitates a FREE peer group to support nonprofit leaders. Regardless of the population you serve (whether it be humans, animals, or forests) it's a challenging role and you don't have to do it alone!
The group is comprised of up to 20 nonprofit leaders and meets via Zoom. Sessions are structured but allow for flexibility depending on the needs of the group. We offer support, tools and resources, space for problem-solving, and open discussion. Periodically we bring in a guest speaker with expertise in a relevant discipline to help further our knowledge.
The group is by invitation-only and open to CEOs/Executive Directors of nonprofit organizations.
Leader's Circle meets on the third Tuesday of the month from 11-12:30 p.m. Members represent nonprofits throughout the state and all meetings are by Zoom.
To learn more and check availability call Richard @ 303.803.2943 (.) Or click below to inquire via email...
This recently completed webinar covers the basics of Appreciative Inquiry and highlights their applications to board governance.
This webinar reviews basic donor cultivation strategies and provides other helpful fundraising tips for board members.
This webinar covers the basics of serving on a board of directors - including understanding fiduciary duties and responsibilities, interacting with staff and the Executive Director, and what to expect.