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A short training presentration on Capacity building for CharityNet & BizCentral USA partners.

A short training presentration on Capacity building for CharityNet & BizCentral USA partners.

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    Partner Training: Capacity Building Partner Training: Capacity Building Presentation Transcript

    • Partner Service & Sales Training
      Capacity Building: Ensuring Organizational Effectiveness
    • Definition and Benefits
      Definition and Benefits
      Examples of Capacity Building Initiatives
      Capacity Building Lessons
      How CharityNet USA Can Help
    • Capacity Building
      Capacity building has fast become a major topic among nonprofits and management support organizations.
      Capacity Building refers to the concept of actions that enhance a nonprofit's ability to work towards its mission.
    • Capacity Building Defined
      • There are a variety of definitions for capacity building. The most fundamental definition is:
      “Actions that improve nonprofit effectiveness."
    • Examples of Capacity Building Initiatives
      Definition and Benefits
      Examples of Capacity Building Initiatives
      Capacity Building Lessons
      How CharityNet USA Can Help
    • Capacity Building Projects
      Capacity building projects include:
      Organizational Assessment, Evaluation of Overall Effectiveness
      Strategic Planning
      Board and/or staff development in management/governance
      Fund Development Planning
      Succession Planning
      Mergers/Restructuring Efforts
    • Capacity Building Projects
      Capacity building projects do NOT include:
      Program Development
      Program Expansion
      Capital Projects/New Facilities
    • Capacity Building Lessons
      Definition and Benefits
      Examples of Capacity Building Initiatives
      Capacity Building Lessons
      How CharityNet USA Can Help
    • Capacity Building Lessons
      1. The act of resetting aspirations and strategy is often the first step in dramatically improving an organization’s capacity.
      2. The importance of good management.
      3. You must have patience.
    • Lesson 1
      Organizations that experience the greatest gains in capacity are those that undertake a reassessment of their aspirations – their vision of what the organization is attempting to accomplish in the next phase of its development – and their strategy.
      Provides a tight institutional focus and a road map for the organization to use to help keep everyone on track during the long and difficult process of building capacity.
    • Lesson 2
      Nonprofits need people in senior positions who are committed to taking the initiative to make capacity building happen and are willing to “own” it and drive it down through the organization.
      What organizations facing these circumstances often need is a trained professional manager who can ensure that the organization functions efficiently and effectively.
    • Lesson 3
      Almost everything about building capacity in nonprofits takes longer and is more complicated than one would expect.
      Building capacity can feel like a never-ending process because improvements in one area or practice have a way of placing unexpected new demands on other areas.
      There are few quick fixes when it comes to building capacity.
    • What is the Result of These Lessons?
      While the benefits of capacity may be compelling, the actual effort of building capacity can seem daunting.
      It can be hard for the nonprofit manager to fund, hard to launch, and hard to implement.
    • How CharityNet USA Can Help
      Definition and Benefits
      Examples of Capacity Building Initiatives
      Capacity Building Lessons
      How CharityNet USA Can Help
    • How we can Help Build Capacity
      CharityNet offers a variety of services that can assist with building the capacity of an organization, including:
      Strategic Planning
      Nonprofit Consulting
      Grant writing
      Free NPO Educational Resources
    • Pricing
      Prices charged for completion of services will vary, depending on the options selected.
      Price quotes include only document preparation fees, and additional consulting time or government filing fees will incur an additional charge.
    • Our Process
      Once a sale has been made, clients are given access to a specific “Steps Page” related to the service purchased
      Here, they will find a variety of information, FAQ, processes, and questionnaire to help them provide us with quality content to complete their work.
      Additionally, we provide value added resources to build goodwill and help our clients manage or grow their business.
    • Conclusion
      There are many benefits to a nonprofit that uses our comprehensive, integrated approach to organizational change. The most important of which are:
      More effective Board and staff development as a result of continuous learning
      More adaptive and responsive organization because leaders can quickly perceive and manage changes
      Better use of organizational resources because they are strongly aligned to achieve the overall goals of the organization
      Enhanced credibility with clients and funders that recognize the organization's strong planning and management skills
      Personal, professional and organizational development from ongoing sharing of feedback, support and learning among members of the organization