“STRATEGIC PLANNING – MOLOKAI”August 11, 2009, 3:08 PM HST · Updated August 11, 3:08 PM 0 Comments
Grants Central Station’s Fundamental Five NonProfit Training Series: Strategic Planning Workshop – MOLOKAI
This workshop is designed for nonprofit directors, key staff management, and board members eager to create a multi-year mission-fulfilling roadmap that inspires their team, their community, and potential funders.Â Attendees will explore the fundamentals of long-range strategic planning and organizational Identity Statements (i.e. vision, mission, values).Â Weâ€™ll guide you through a process to define your agencyâ€™s competitive advantage in the â€œmarketplaceâ€ and help you identify your Critical Success Factors.Â Veteran strategic planner and organizational effectiveness expert Leslie Mullens of PLAYBOOK Consulting Group leads us through an innovative step-by-step method to set the achievable goals that define an agencyâ€™s success.Â Sharing best practices, sheâ€™ll teach us a revolutionary process that empowers leaders to act instinctively in everyday crises.Â Attendees will leave with the tools and skills to leverage your agencyâ€™s unique attributes to face difficult challenges and take advantage of unexpected opportunities.
Workshops are open to the entire organization rather than one person per agency.Â For more information and to register, please visit http://www.grantscentralstation.org or call Leslie Mullens at (808) 280-6699.
Moloka`i workshop check-in begins at 9:30am with networking and continental breakfast until workshop starting time at 10:00am sharp.
This program is made possible by a generous grant from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs as well as the in-kind donations of several subject matter experts in the community.Â Mahalo.
Date: Wednesday, August 12th, 2009
Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Molokai, HI USA
Island Area: Molokai
This eclectic collection of native Hawaiian service agencies in rural Molokai is modeled after a kulana kauhale, or Hawaiian village, and employs varying indigenous forms and building materials including lava field stone, elongated roof ridges, red plaster walls and rough-wood finishes.
Location Specifics: DHHL/OHA Conference Room, Kaunakakai