Led by Heather McLeod Grant, MBA
Is your organization ready to move to the next level?
Are you struggling to make that move?
Most every Nonprofit can benefit from knowing and implementing
the Six Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits.
But sustaining your
impact requires that you integrate key approaches to fundraising
and organizational growth.
McLeod Grant is co-author of Forces
For Good (Jossey-Bass) which
was published late in 2007 and has found wide critical acclaim.
It's careful and detailed research exploded many conventional beliefs
about what it take to grow a high impact nonprofit. More information
is available at http://www.forcesforgood.net
This seminar will review the 6 practices of high-impact
nonprofits and will focus on how fundraising applies within
- Learn how little-known nonprofits have moved "from good
- Find out how the 6 Practices of High-Impact Nonprofits apply
to your organization.
- Discover why conventional percentage measures for fundraising
effectiveness may not apply to you
Taking This Seminar You Will:
- Learn the characteristics of the 6 Practices of High-Impact
- Discover how to start and what to do to implement key practices
- Find out the most important fundraising approaches
for sustaining your impact
Who Should Attend?
- Ambitious organizations.
- Medium to very large organizations
- CEOs and Other Senior Administrators
- Development Directors & Staff
- Board Members
About Heather McLeod Grant:
Heather McLeod Grant is an Advisor to the Center for Social Innovation
at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, the
Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke University’s
Fuqua School of Business, and to leading nonprofits and foundations.
She holds an MBA from Stanford University and an AB from Harvard
University, and resides in the Bay Area with her husband and daughter.
More . . .
"All of the [more than 20 persons] present at our site said
that they had learned at least one thing that they could immediately
apply to their work."
Executive Service Corps of Houston
"Liked that the content was provided so we could print it
out and read through it before and/or after. Makes a nice reference
point. Good information that felt relevant and credible."
"[It was helpful learning] what other organizations are doing
and how they are funded and that you have to do what works for
National CASA Association
“… Inspired and inspiring, this book can change the
way the world works by changing how leaders think. … Leslie
Crutchfield and Heather McLeod Grant have made a significant contribution
with a Very Big Idea: the shift in focus from building an organization
to building a movement.”
Jim Collins, author Good to Great and co-author Built to Last
“The inclusion of an unashamedly right-wing organisation
such as the Heritage Foundation is refreshing, and all the evidence
you need that this is a serious piece of research, not the usual
sentimental tosh that gets written about left-leaning NGOs.”
The Economist, December 4, 2007
“Global problems like abject poverty and climate change require innovative,
scaleable solutions. We have so much to learn from the six practices in Forces
for Good because they are what lead to wide scale social change.”
Brilliant, Google.org Executive Director
“… frees social entrepreneurs from the distraction
of conventional management measurements. Instead its findings say: “Go
ahead and change the world!” Indeed! This is the only true
“Anyone who wants to effect systemic change and make a lasting difference
in the world should read this important book and take its lessons to heart.”
J. Gregory Dees, Center for the Advancement
of Social Entrepreneurship,
Duke University's Fuqua School of Business