Attention: Nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs, Development Directors, Grant Managers and Grant Writers
Are your funders asking for quantifiable measures of impact?
Are you confused where to start and how to best measure impact and demonstrate value participant served?
Do you need to prove how you are changing lives and circumstances?
If you were able to clearly quantify your outcomes, do you believe you could attract more donors and grant dollars?
Could you more effectively manage your operations if you actually knew what numbers to focus on?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you can’t afford to miss out on this webinar!
Join measurement expert and author of the award-winning book Impact & Excellence, Sheri Chaney Jones, as she shares her game-changing research and strategiesto help nonprofits and government leaders increase revenues, strengthen their relationships with grantors, and prove their impact to the world. For over 17 years, Sheri has improved government agencies, nonprofits, and small businesses through the use of performance management, evaluation, and organizational behavior best practices. Her experience and expertise has transformed measurement cultures and as a result, saved public dollars, improved outcomes, demonstrated effectiveness, and increased revenues. By developing a measurement culture, and using data collection and analysis, Sheri has helped one client turn a $420,000 loss into a $420,000 gain. A successful project with another client resulted in a program savings of approximately $100,000 a year; and yet another client saw an annual savings of $250,000,000 in Medicaid spending. At The Ohio State University, Sheri teaches a course on creating measurement cultures as part of the Certified Public Manager’s Program. Sheri earned a M.A. in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Central Michigan University and a B.S. with distinction in Psychology from The Ohio State University.
In this workshop, participants will:
Discover how to use data and outcomes to generate new grants and sources of funding
Develop measurement cultures and leadership skills essential for successful grant management
Define success measures and learn proven strategies to effectively measure impact and outcomes
Learn what funders are looking for and why some nonprofit programs get funded and others don’t
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