6 Module Online Course Only $147.
Many nonprofits have limited experience thinking of business relationships as being a two-way street or viewing themselves as assets capable of addressing business needs. Instead, when talking to business people, they focus on self-promotion and their own needs. However, to create a long-term, sustainable partnership or connection, both sides must benefit just like in any other lasting relationship. What’s more, businesses and nonprofits often have trouble communicating with each other about expectations, roles, and desired outcomes for their joint efforts in the community. It’s as if they come from two different worlds. This course will help your nonprofit organization develop strategic, win/win connections with businesses that give you access to resources that can truly benefit your work.
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Specifically, as a result of attending this course you will:
THE COURSE MODULES: Module 1: Nonprofit Sustainability Basics Module 2: Understanding and Tapping Into Business Needs and Giving Trends Module 3: Think Out of the Box: Ways to Engage with Businesses Module 4: Identifying Potential Business Supporters and Making Contact< Module 5: Growing the Relationship and Expressing Gratitude Module 6: The Added Edge: Measuring and Reporting Success For details about each module, Click Here.
MEET YOUR TRAINER, SUSAN HYATT:
Susan Hyatt is the founder and CEO of Core Thought, a training and consulting firm specialized in effective business-nonprofit partnerships. Sue is the four-time award winning author of Strategy for Good: Business Giving Strategies for the 21st Century. Her clients have included CARE, Habitat for Humanity, Save the Children, Pathfinder International, Heifer International, the US Agency for International Development, dozens of businesses and hundreds of local, national, and international nonprofit organizations/NGOs.
Sue worked extensively throughout the U.S. with nonprofit organizations and government agencies running national service programs (AmeriCorps State and National, VISTA, NCCC, Learn and Serve America, and Senior Corps – Foster Grandparent, Senior Companion, and the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) funded by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) for eighteen years providing consulting, facilitation, curriculum design, and training. She also served as the training and technical assistance manager for 50 governor-appointed state service commissions (plus two territories) tasked with overseeing AmeriCorps programming and promoting cross-sector collaboration using service as a strategy to address local issues.
Sue has created state and national training programs for nonprofit and agency staff and board members on topics including strategic public-private and tri-sector partnerships, leadership, board development, performance measurement and program evaluation.