Connecting Project Goals, SMART Objectives, and Grant Research Keywords ft. Dr. Bev Browning is FREE courtesy of Instrumentl
1 Lesson / 75 Minutes / FREE
Are you struggling to write a compelling objective for your project?
In this Instrumentl Partner Webinar, we learn from Grant Professionals Association Approved Trainer, Dr. Beverly Browning (Dr. Bev), author of Grant Writing for Dummies, as she digs into the connection between your project’s goals, SMART objectives and grant research keywords.
🖥 Link to presentation slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/…
👉 Start your 14-day Instrumentl trial and find grants for your nonprofit here: https://www.instrumentl.com/drbev
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By the end of this Instrumentl Partner Webinar, you’ll be able to:
– Identify how to write good and bad goals.
– Extract grant research keywords from your goals
– Create better objectives using the SMART Objective Formula
– Understand how Instrumentl saves you time and money in identifying the right opportunities for your programs
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0:00 – Introduction
2:13 – Good vs. Bad Goals
12:15 – SMART Objectives for Grant Writing
25:09 – How to Extract Grant Keywords into Instrumentl
35:53 – Example from the Audience
44:25 – What to Do When a Funder Requests SMART Goals from Your Non-Profit
49:55 – How Much Time Bev Has Saved with Instrumentl
54:00 – 3 Learning Takeaways
55:04 – Raffle Details!
57:50 – Q & A
Dr. Bev is a Michigan native who lived in the Flint area for 45 years. She is known for consulting in grant writing, RFP responses, technical writing, and organizational development. Her deep expertise has resulted in her clients receiving more than $500 million in funding. Her well-known book, Grant Writing for Dummies has sold over a million copies.
Instrumentl Partner Webinars are collaborations between Instrumentl and its community partners to provide free educational workshops for grant professionals. Our goal is to tackle a problem grant professionals often have to solve, while also sharing different ways Instrumentl’s platform can help grant writers win more grants.