Strategic Planning in Times of Uncertainty – Boardable Webinar is FREE courtesy of Boardable
1 Lesson / 48 Minutes / FREE
2020 has brought rapid, tumultuous change to almost every aspect of our lives. For many organizations, navigating the complexity has become a moment-to-moment process. As uncertainty overburdens tactical operations and clouds long-term vision, how do nonprofits look farther into the future, become more flexible, generate capacity, and create multiple strategic pathways to sustainability and success? How do some organizations use this moment of extreme disruption to reimagine themselves?
From mission to programming to income sources, now is the time for organizations to examine opportunities for innovative change and bold transformations.
Join us for a free webinar on strategic planning in uncertain times on November 10. “The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” ~Alan Watts
THE FRAMEWORK MEG DISCUSSES IN THE WEBINAR COVERS: Setting the foundation for planning by looking at guiding principles Re-examining how we could deliver on our mission in other ways How to assess resources and how they can be used in new strategies Time for live Q & A with Meg on strategic planning during uncertainty Register today, and don’t miss the discussions of these points. Webinar is free, but space is limited. Can’t attend live? Register to receive the replay and slide deck!
About Our Guest As the CEO of SmallBox, Meg embodies the qualities and characteristics clients and team members seek in a trusted partner and leader. Armed with optimism and thoughtfulness in conversations, Meg has the ability to integrate transformational ideas into proven strategy.
Throughout her 15 years of experience in the arts and higher ed, Meg has gained invaluable insights into the needs and challenges of mission-driven organizations. She is fondly referred to as a marketing ‘Swiss Army Knife’ with expertise in strategy, brand messaging, customer experience, digital marketing, event marketing, and more. It’s true, we have a unicorn leading the team and our clients are as excited as we are to have her in this role.