There has never been a time when more is expected of non-profits to eliminate mental, physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial distress in communities around the world. You are all people of purpose who want to give of yourself to help others. No matter how well you do that work, there is always more need to address.
Doing more requires more so it's important that you have the ability to extend your reach, serve those most in need, and to attract the right people and financial resources. If you want to accomplish these things consider having a discovery session with me to talk about where you are, where you want to be, and how together we can move in that direction.
We are here to change the focus of operations to one that measures impact in both qualitative and quantitative terms. We obtain and maintain organizational strength by applying the principles of excellence common to all organizations. Building the right infrastructure for nonprofit enterprises requires an investment in people, systems, and marketing.
What you will learn through our course training.
1. Tools for fine tuning the values, vision and mission of your nonprofit
2. A systematic process for inventorying the assets of the organization
3. Step by step methods for determining the most important things to work on daily.
4. Information on the advantages and disadvantages of common funding sources.
5. Easy to use checklists for assessing how effective your organization is in 10 key areas.
6. Easy to use planning tools for creating budgets.
7. Access to the High Performance Nonprofit Group area on Facebook.
8. Weekly Q & A Sessions to get help using the tools included in the course.
9. A 30 Minute Discovery Session to get personal assistance with a specific project they are working on for their nonprofit organization at any time during the course.
CEO RD Dennis Enterprises, LLC
About the instructor
I am an eleven-year veteran of the US Air Force. Since Leaving the Air Force I’ve had careers in Broadcast Sales, Accounting, Non-Profit Management, Economic Development and Small Business Advocacy. I was the SBA Minority Business Advocate of year in 2003 while serving as director of planning and development for the Aroostook Band of Micmacs, a federally recognized Native American tribe from 1996 through 2006. I also have 5 years of experience as an IRS Auditor in the Small Business Self-Employed Division.