Mission Impact opens new doors to nonprofit professionals via the Strategic Development Process and cutting-edge concepts that can help produce targeted team results for committed stakeholders. It's like a playbook that champion football coaches use as a guide to gain team results and team victories.— Gene Hoffman, President,
Corporate Strategies International
Breakthrough Strategy Workshop
The workshop is a fast paced, high energy, and interactive experience that provides hands-on demonstrations on how to apply the ideas from Rob's book, Mission Impact: Breakthrough Strategies for Nonprofits.
This workshop is available to staff and volunteers of single organizations or to groups that represent a number of nonprofit organizations in your community. That helps defray the workshop costs by several organizations sharing expenses. A community organization or foundation may organize a workshop for the nonprofit organizations in its area. Best of all, there is no maximum on the number of participants who may attend a workshop.
A standard workshop is a full day with approximately six hours of content and typically three hours in a morning session and three hours in the afternoon. Organizations sponsoring the workshop may want to schedule meal and refreshment breaks throughout the day.
Rob Sheehan will lead your organization's staff and volunteers through this comprehensive workshop with four distinct modules:
Creating Your Breakthrough Strategy
- What is Strategy?
- Making Strategy Work for Nonprofits
- Designing your Strategy Development Process
Mission and Vision
- Clarify Mission
- Mission Accomplishment Measures
- Setting your Mission Gap
- The Aspirational Mindset
Strategic Stretch Goals
- Catapulting Your Organization into the Future
- A New Version of SMART Goals
- Sparking Innovation and Creativity
Strategy Development and Implementation
- Connecting Aspirations and SWOT
- Creating Your Strategy Narrative
- Integrating Strategy into the Reality of Annual Operations
The workshop can be customized depending on the needs and interests of the particular organization that sponsors it.