How Do I Keep These Plates Spinning?
Time Management for the Busy Chief Everything Officer
Audience: For executive directors, development directors and board members who are responsible for leading teams or moving the organization forward.
Whether you’re leading a team or simply a one-person operation, have you ever struggled with keeping your projects, tasks and priorities moving forward? This is something that is a challenge for most busy professionals. So you are not alone. And there is help!
Through this workshop, Rachel will walk us through some of the tips and tricks that she uses to:
- Stay on top of your email inbox
- Make sure that the “urgent” doesn’t devour the “important”
- Manage your schedule
- Track the metrics of your teams
Did you know Rachel is also leading an afternoon session on March 4, 2020?
- Live 360 Studio at Franklin Park Mall, 5001 Monroe Street, Toledo, OH 43623. Located near Dillard’s internal mall entrance and the fountain.
- Workshop check-in starts at 8:45 am.
- The cost of the workshop does not include lunch.
- Lunch options are plentiful in and around the venue. A list of fast and full service options can be found here.
- When possible, workshop slides will be emailed to you prior to the workshop.
- Water and coffee will be provided throughout the day.
- Free parking in the attached lot is available.
Track: HR & Leadership (3.0 hours)
The Fine Print
All workshop payments are non-refundable. If you register for a workshop and are unable to attend you may apply the funds paid to another workshop within the same calendar year by contacting the Associate Director prior to the replacement workshop date. By registering for a workshop through The Center for Nonprofit Resources I give my consent to use photos of myself and any attendees I register for promotional materials and on social media.
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Rachel is a best-selling author, national fundraiser and master trainer with 25+ years of experience managing nonprofit technology, fundraising, development and communications for nonprofits of many missions, budgets and staffing structures. An expert coach, she is accustomed to juggling the many roles of a “Chief Everything Officer” to raise money, not expenses.
Co-founder of a small nonprofit and the lead fundraiser in a one-person development shop for many years, Rachel understands the challenges of fundraising in small organizations. She has achieved massive increases in revenue and donor retention rates for customers by implementing winning donor stewardship practices powered by right-sized technology.
In her role as National Program Director for Impact & Sustainability at Network for Good, Rachel is responsible for empowering nonprofits to develop diversified and sustainable streams of revenue for their missions through partnerships with more than 200 foundations.
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