Planning for Change class is Sept. 6
Change is constant. Nonprofits must understand their external environment and plan the best ways to respond to community needs to be successful. During this interactive session, you will gain an understanding of organizational readiness for planning; learn critical tools that leaders can use for setting strategic direction and annual and fund development planning, and develop a plan for your next steps to becoming more adaptable.
WNC Nonprofit Pathways present this workshop and Beth Trigg, of Taproot Consulting, Trigg has more than 20 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and capacity building. She has worked as a staff member, board member, volunteer and consultant in nonprofits from the grassroots level to large international organizations. Her consulting practice, Taproot Consulting, provides counsel, support, training, planning and facilitation to help community-based organizations build skills and capacity.
The class is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 6, at the Arthur R. Edington Education & Career Center in Asheville and qualifies for credit hours through the Duke Nonprofit Management Program.
This course is appropriate for organizations of any size or stage of development. Nonprofits are encouraged to bring a team, including both staff and board so that together they can be most effective at implementing what they learned after the course is finished.
Nonprofit Pathways has a limited number of 50 percent scholarships available for individuals affiliated with a WNC nonprofit organization. To sign up online, visit www.learnmore.duke.edu/nonprofit/certificate/program. Use Course ID 0574-042 when registering. Visit www.nonprofitpathways.org/scholarship and submit a request form to access scholarships.