Insights, articles, and updates from the Confidant Co. collective.
Over the past year or so, our creative team had the opportunity to talk with multiple organizations about their needs for a rebrand. We thought it might be helpful to share some insightful thoughts with you if you are considering creating a fresh new looking for your organization.
We’ve decided to write out a new resource on creating a non-profit strategic plan. We hope that this blog-series will help you and your organization better navigate the logistics of running a non-profit so that you can get back to doing what you do best - creating impact.
This blog will explore the 4 essential components needed to craft your strategic plan. Put in the simplest terms, the 4 parts are Review, Goals, Timelines & Executing.
How do you utilize this document throughout the year? That’s the question. Clear communication, KPI tracking, and a regular execution process are great places to start.
Today we arrive at the final entry in our Strategic Planning series, in this blog we are going to share with you two common but critical pitfalls nonprofits fall into when creating a strategic plan.
"I take no issue in working ourselves out of a job, due to the direct outcome of mentoring our client's young professionals in the same service areas we provide, for long-term organizational health." - CEO & Founder, Skyler Womack