Join us for a deep dive discussion on how to build a sustainable organization in times of rapid economic and political change.
Connect with your peers to explore a new way to envision your future, deploy precious resources and genuinely leverage the capacity of your organization, making it extremely relevant and attractive to funders, strategic partners and the broader community.
Learn how a new way of doing business has enabled organizations to double their measurable impact over several years and increase revenues by 50% in 12 months. Discover the foundation required for you to get these kinds of results too.
When? Friday September 13th from 9:00 am – 11:30 am. Coffee and fruit served.
What are current challenges telling you about the need to change how business is done?
How can you develop a big enough vision & create enough value to attract new funders and excite existing supporters?
How can you align the board, team and partners behind a bigger vision supported by increased fundraising, partnerships and community impact?
Join us for this Executive Roundtable designed just for you.
“I got tremendous value from the Roundtable. Over the next month I implemented strategies we discussed and see noticeable improvements in board member engagement. Thank you!”
– Adrienne Cole, CEO, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
We will explore a new way to engage in building a sustainable organization.
How can you leverage current opportunities in your environment to grow?
How do you ensure your organization’s core values are not lost as you enter a period of growth?
- What are best practices to successfully engage the board?
How do you make time to envision the future and grow capacity when it feels like you are already moving 100 mph?
Learn from the Triangle Land Conservancy case study – the challenges, the victories, the lessons learned.
Connect with other CEOs and Executive Directors who are committed to creating a bright future for their organizations and communities.
Interested in joining us?
HIGOL’s Strategic Action Planning process helped focus the board and staff around clear desired results, goals, and strategies. The Board is inspired and understands the organization more thoroughly and they are taking on more responsibility.
Team members understand their role in accelerating conservation over the next six years.
In the last year we met ambitious fundraising goals and this year we grew our budget by 50%.
We enhanced our administrative, human resource, and communications infrastructure to implement the plan.
Almost every week a new opportunity is presented to TLC that aligns with the plan. I could not be happier with the result.
Sandy Sweitzer, Executive Director, Triangle Land Conservancy