Strategic Financial PlanningDate: Dec 11, 2012
Time: 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
|Fee: $45 for MCN members / $55 for nonmembers|
A central charge of nonprofit leaders is to simultaneously achieve impact towards the organizational mission while also fostering the organization’s financial health. While it may not always feel natural to link conversations about mission and money, an understanding of both the program and financial impacts of your activities is key to strategic leadership and management. In this workshop you will learn how to assess your organization’s current financial position and business model, discuss tools that assist in understanding budget risks and uncertainties, and explore frameworks for facilitating conversations that link money and mission. The focus is on comprehensive planning for nonprofit leaders.
Part of Nonprofits Assistance Fund’s Financial Leadership series, helping nonprofit leaders balance financial priorities, adapt to uncertainty, and steer their organizations toward a sustainable future.
The 2012 financial management workshop series is co-sponsored by MCN and Nonprofits Assistance Fund.
Please register through the Nonprofit Assistance Fund website. For information regarding the financial management workshop series, contact Amanda Dlouhy at 612-278-7161 or email@example.com.
About the Presenter
Steve Boland, Nonprofits Assistance Fund loan officer & trainer, works with nonprofits during the loan application and review process, in addition to providing strategic advice and training. Steve has previously worked for of Congressman Bruce Vento and served as executive director of the Saint Paul Neighborhood Network, Summit-University Planning Council and the Greater Frogtown Community Development Corporation. He has a master of nonprofit management from Hamline University, serves on the board of directors at Community Neighborhood Housing Services and is a regular blood platelet donor with the American Red Cross.