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Strategic Planning (Online Zoom)

Jan
18
2024
Thu 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Managing a Business

Did you know that a well-crafted strategic plan is statistically proven to DOUBLE an organization’s chance of long-term success? This workshop is designed for leaders seeking clarity around strategic planning PROCESS and the final written PRODUCT. Funding for Good’s experts outline processes that engage teams of all shapes and sizes to produce a plan that is visionary yet realistic and actionable.. We share the top 10 questions every organization should ask before drafting a plan. Then we outline the three questions every written plan should answer. Participants will gain insider tips on questions like “How do we level the playing field, so both introverts and extroverts have equal opportunity to contribute in conversations?” and “How do we narrow down a plethora of ideas into one concise document?” Finally, we highlight the essential components of a written strategic plan and share strategies to ensure that your end product is clear, concise, and compelling. We will explain how to organize the content in a way that educates and inspires readers. This workshop is perfect for leaders seeking a wealth of tips, tools, and templates to convert strategic planning conversations and content into a live written plan. We will cover: • Why a strategic plan is vital for sustainable growth • Top 10 questions organizations should ask before drafting a plan • Top 3 questions every written plan should answer • Tips for securing “buy-in” from your board, staff, and stakeholders • Dynamic ways to engage your team in an environmental scan • Key components of a multi-year strategic plan. • Professional facilitation tips to keep conversations focused • Strategies to streamline written content • Quick tips to keep a plan current and relevant • Bonus checklists, tools, and templates to simplify the strategic planning and drafting process.

Speaker(s): Mandy Pearce

Co-Sponsor(s): The Greater Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce, Yadkin County Chamber of Commerce, and Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce

This will be a live webinar presented through Zoom. Meeting and access information for this webinar will be available upon registration. We highly recommend logging-in to this meeting at least ten minutes prior to the start time.


Fee: No Cost

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