Evaluating the Potential Success of a New Fundraising Strategy

Development Track | Workshop Set 5

Friday, September 30, 2022 9:00 AM


Primary Audience Development professionals preparing a new fundraising strategy Description An essential component of strategic decision making or the process of creating a master fund development plan is to evaluate the chance of success when introducing a new fundraising strategy.

I In this workshop, you will become familiar The Strategy Screen a simple, powerful tool for decision making and how to apply it ensuring that your new program has a higher chance of success.

Learning Objectives Understanding the purpose of using a strategy screen in your decision-making process Knowing what criteria are important to consider when evaluating the potential success of a new fundraising strategy Having the tools to evaluate a new fundraising strategy your team is considering in the next 12-18 months.

Preparing you to utilize the strategy screen to help you gain buy-in from other significant leadership positions (CFO, CEO, Board) 1.5 CPE credit hours // Specialized Knowledge

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Barbara Bowman

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