produced by Washington Nonprofits
Date: 120-minute webinar, Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Time: 12:00PM – 2:00PM Central Time
Investment: $40 Members of State Nonprofit Associations
Investment: $80 Not-yet-members
Registration: Washington Nonprofits
The pandemic has disrupted nonprofits’ operations and created a climate of uncertainty. How can organizational leaders plan for financial health amid these challenges? That is the essence of this program, which will lay out a framework for navigating through financial uncertainty, building a strategy for financial health and resilience, and leading a process to build alignment within your organization. We will define financial health and five key metrics for monitoring performance. We’ll discuss the art of financial storytelling, examine the elements of the nonprofit business model and look at scenarios for responding to the current circumstances. With plenty of opportunities for group discussion. This is a non-technical program for senior nonprofit leaders.
- Identify short-term approaches to cutting costs, bolstering revenues and re-budgeting
- Describe key metrics for financial health
- Clarify underlying business model challenges and sources of financial stress
- Define key elements of a financial strategy
Who Should Attend
Senior staff and board members of nonprofit organizations. This is a non-technical program for generalists in leadership positions.
All sessions will be recorded and each recording will be sent to all registered participants.
Scott Schaffer, Principal of Public Interest Management Group
Scott is an experienced nonprofit leader and consultant with a background in economics, finance and behavioral science. A four-time past CEO in the public health, housing and environmental fields, he’s orchestrated financial turnarounds, launched innovative programs and partnerships, built sustainable high-performance organizations, and raised over $30 million for social and nonprofit enterprises. He is a sector thought leader on the topic of business model health and sustainability.