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Strategic Planning in Action for Nonprofit Organizations

  • 5634 N Figueroa St Los Angeles, CA 90042 (map)



Strategic planning is not static. Our workshop explores how to effectively use your plan to support your organization’s growth and mission.

About this Event

At this event, you will learn how to put your strategic plan into action and use it to achieve your goals. Strategic Planning is not a static process, and your organization needs to be able to evaluate the effectiveness of your plan and adjust your strategies in real time.

You might have spent a lot of time perfecting a compelling strategic plan, but no matter what stage you’re in, you ALSO need to put your strategic plan into action. From asking your board for help to reporting on the effectiveness of your strategic plan, our workshop will help you determine how to use your plan in advancing on your mission.

This event is open to any nonprofit leader, no matter your organization size or stage. Whether you are an early-stage organization or you want to take your organization to the next level, you will walk away with a clear plan and concrete resources to make your strategic plan work for you.

This workshop covers:

  • Getting your board on board

  • 101 board management for strategic success

  • How to effectively evaluate your organization? SWOT Analysis

  • When and how to ask for help?

  • Facilitation techniques for getting people on board.

  • How do you know if your Strategic Plan worked and how to respond to change?

This workshop is part of our Mockingbird Incubator Program. Mockingbird Incubator provides a flexible 9-step program designed to put in place the infrastructure nonprofits need for sustainable growth and measurable impact.

To learn more about our program visit or email us at

If you missed our previous training on Goal Definition and Strategic Planning for Early-Stage Nonprofits we provide a Strategic Planning Toolkit to help you get started. Visit or contact us if you need help.

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