top of page

Making Strategic Plans Work for Nonprofits

Check out my interview "Making Strategic Plans Work for Nonprofits" on the new Nonprofit Counsel Podcast with host May Harris, Esq., MA.

Have you ever found yourself at the helm of a grassroots nonprofit, eager to expand its impact but unsure where to start? If so, you're not alone. Many organizations face the challenge of transitioning from small-scale operations to scalable entities capable of reaching broader communities. Fortunately, strategic planning can serve as a compass in this journey, guiding nonprofits toward their goals while ensuring adaptability in an ever-changing landscape.

Recently, I had the privilege of being a guest on the Nonprofit Counsel Podcast, hosted by the insightful May Harris, Esq., MA. In our conversation, we delved into the nuances of strategic planning for nonprofits, touching on topics ranging from crafting visionary yet realistic strategies to leveraging technology for enhanced efficiency.

One of the highlights of the experience was the ease with which I could converse with May Harris. Her depth of knowledge and genuine curiosity created an environment conducive to meaningful dialogue. We explored the idea that strategic planning is not merely about drafting a document to be filed away but rather a dynamic process that demands ongoing assessment and adaptation.

The strategic plan serves as a roadmap for nonprofits looking to grow, outlining clear objectives and actionable steps to achieve them. However, it's crucial to recognize that this plan is not set in stone; instead, it should evolve alongside the organization, responding to internal and external changes.

As we concluded our conversation, I couldn't help but feel energized by the possibilities that strategic planning presents for nonprofits. With the right approach and mindset, even the most ambitious goals can be within reach. Whether you're a seasoned nonprofit leader or just starting this journey, I encourage you to tune in to the Nonprofit Counsel Podcast for invaluable insights and inspiration. I invite you to watch my interview on the Nonprofit Counsel Podcast.

Learn more about the episode at Nonprofit Counsel.

Here is the link to the episodes:

11 views0 comments


bottom of page