Ping Pong, Anyone? – Essential Strategy Workshop Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013
Learn the Way to Set Strategy
(Well, the way that actually works!)
When it comes to charting your organization’s future:
- are you and your board/staff playing a ping pong match of “no, you decide what we should do,” endlessly generating lots of “good ideas” and whacking them back and forth with no real movement forward?
- are you and your staff scrambling through your workday — like merrily riding along on a speeding bus — with a nagging feeling that you’re not sure who’s driving?
- do you feel that every time you reach out for an opportunity, it scoots away like an elusive, slippery bar of soap, impossible to grip and just beyond reach?
If so, please join Third Sector Group for a free two-hour workshop designed to help leaders build the strategic architecture necessary for long-term success!
In this concise workshop, Kimberley Sherwood will provide a simple and practical framework for strategic thinking. Learn how you and your leadership team can preserve your core mission and values, AND liberate your decision making. This session is a chance to learn how to stop the ping ponging, set a definitive direction and put a driver in the bus, and help you and your organization get a firm grip on a compelling future!
We aim to provide a simple guide for creating a useful strategy. Participants should expect:
- Motivation and sense of possibility about creating a compelling future for your organization
- Clarity about mission, values, vision, and strategy
- Real-world examples to help show the way
- A durable framework to take back to the team
Every day, Third Sector Group works hand-in-glove with our clients to help them figure out where they’re going, why, how, and what it will take to get there. Whether approaching a challenge from an organizational, operational, programmatic, or financial perspective, this framework can help clarify what matters most.
So, mark your calendar; we hope to see you there!
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Penrose Carnegie Reading Room
Register by contacting Amy Rodda at 531-6333 X2335
Please note: Pre-registration is required, and space is limited.