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  1. 1. 1<br />Guiding the life-changing, life-saving global impact of churches and non-profits<br /> Strategic Overview<br /> July 2010<br />
  2. 2. 2<br /> Our Work <br /><ul><li>Scarcity
  3. 3. Enhancing Capital
  4. 4. Mission Impact</li></ul>Physical<br />Human<br />Social<br />
  5. 5. 3<br /> Our Impact <br />SynerVision Empowers….<br />Churches<br /><ul><li>Get people in the pews
  6. 6. Get them out into the world
  7. 7. Impact mission of hope and vitality</li></ul>Non-Profits<br /><ul><li>Rally community resources
  8. 8. Expand capacity and mission</li></ul>Both<br /><ul><li> Engage people as stakeholders </li></li></ul><li>4<br />The Problem <br />Scarcity Mentality:<br /><ul><li> Stakeholders not engaged
  9. 9. Mission not widely understood or shared
  10. 10. Apathy
  11. 11. Confused leadership
  12. 12. Too many initiatives
  13. 13. Ineffective committees</li></li></ul><li>5<br />The Problem <br />“Nonprofit executive directors are burning out and leaving the sector in<br />alarming numbers. Meanwhile, emerging leaders are thinking twice about stepping into the breach. This is a great shame when we consider the extraordinary vision and values that drew these talented people into our sector in the first place.”<br />Ready to Lead? Next Generation Leaders Speak Out<br />A National Study<br />Produced in Partnership by<br />CompassPoint Nonprofit Services,<br />The Annie E. Casey Foundation,<br />the Meyer Foundation and<br />Idealist.org.<br />2008<br />
  14. 14. 6<br />The <br />Opportunity<br />Transforming Leadership<br />SynerVision<br />Empowers Leaders<br />Engage Members/Staff/<br />Volunteers<br />Leaders<br />Members/Staff/<br />Volunteers<br />Fufill Mission<br />
  15. 15. 7<br /> Market Drivers <br /><ul><li>Reduced Funding
  16. 16. Overwhelmed Organizations
  17. 17. Opportunity to empower and engage</li></ul> aging population<br /><ul><li> Foundations looking for valued, accountable programs of social reform
  18. 18. Empower churches and non-profits
  19. 19. Vehicles to global peace and interaction
  20. 20. Cultures for moral and ethical communities</li></li></ul><li>8<br />“No institution can possibly survive if it needs geniuses or supermen to manage it. It must be organized in such a way as to be able to get along under a leadership composed of average human beings." — Peter Drucker<br />"The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant." — Max DePree<br />Key Elements of Success <br />
  21. 21. 9<br />Transforming the Culture of the Organization<br /><ul><li> Scarcity Abundance
  22. 22. Apathy Enthusiasm
  23. 23. Confusion Clarity
  24. 24. Passive Active</li></ul>Engaging in long term solution mapping for organizations<br />Key Elements of Success <br />
  25. 25. 10<br />The Imperatives <br /><ul><li> Leadership
  26. 26. Engage stakeholders
  27. 27. Create ownership
  28. 28. Encourage collective vision
  29. 29. Clarity of vision
  30. 30. Attainable
  31. 31. Valued by all
  32. 32. Value organization’s uniqueness
  33. 33. Utilize limited resources
  34. 34. Develop unique attributes
  35. 35. Define specific solution
  36. 36. Measureable objectives and results
  37. 37. Specific
  38. 38. Focused
  39. 39. Fundable</li></li></ul><li>11<br />SynerVision’s Unique Value <br /><ul><li> Unique “Solution Map”
  40. 40. Highly skilled “Wayfinders”
  41. 41. Transformation of culture
  42. 42. Three-year engagement
  43. 43. Services provided without fee
  44. 44. Engage with organizations</li></ul> providing service to communities <br />
  45. 45. 12<br />SynerVision’s Unique Application Process<br />2. Dedication<br />and<br />Commitment<br />1. Alignmentand<br />Evaluation<br />Reflection<br />Recommitment<br />4. <br />Solution Map <br />Implementation<br />3. “Journey” <br />Preparation<br />
  46. 46. 13<br />SynerVision’s Role <br />Wayfinders transform existing culture through:<br /><ul><li> Focus Strategic Planning
  47. 47. Leadership and Transformation
  48. 48. Engagement and Teamwork
  49. 49. Project Management
  50. 50. Financial Analysis
  51. 51. Fund Sourcing
  52. 52. Grant Resources
  53. 53. Communication Skills
  54. 54. Strategic Renewal and Celebration</li></li></ul><li>14<br />SynerVision’s Wayfinder Solution<br />Board Effectiveness<br />Capacity Building<br />BuildingUpon Existing Capital<br />Developing Leadership<br />Continuous Learning and Reflection<br />Strategizing Celebration and Renewal<br />Solution <br />Mapping<br />
  55. 55. 15<br />SynerVision’s Team <br />Executive Management<br /><ul><li> Hugh Ballou, CEO
  56. 56. Samantha Quesenberry, Executive Director</li></ul>Directors<br /><ul><li> Rev. Dr. Larry Dill
  57. 57. Andy Morikawa
  58. 58. Jim Stanley</li></li></ul><li>16<br />Advisory Board<br />
  59. 59. 17<br />Wayfinders<br />
  60. 60. 18<br />Competition<br />Bridgespan Group<br />EMD Consulting Group<br />EHL Consulting Group<br /><ul><li> Fee per service
  61. 61. Limited consultants
  62. 62. Limited methodology </li></ul>Our Unique Value<br /><ul><li> In-kind services without fees
  63. 63. Extensive network of experts
  64. 64. Variety of best practices</li></ul>SynerVision<br />
  65. 65. 19<br />SynerVision 3 Phased Growth Plan - Strategic<br />2016<br />2010<br />Build Process <br />Develop Foundation Monies<br />Test Processes(12 Months)<br />Open First 40 ClientsRaise Corpus<br />(18 -36 months)<br />Rapid Market PenetrationMarket Share(36 months +)<br /><ul><li>Operations / Organization
  66. 66. Channel Partners / Alliances
  67. 67. Clients Served / Impact
  68. 68. Strategic Focus
  69. 69. Offerings / Development</li></li></ul><li>20<br />Funding Needs<br />Milestones <br />Funding Uses<br /><ul><li> Project Development/Office/Web $ 50,000
  70. 70. Strategic Planning & Development $ 50,000
  71. 71. Salaries $ 150,000</li></ul>Seed Funding Income $ 250,000<br /><ul><li> Initial Grant Projects $ 1,000,000
  72. 72. Marketing/Content Development$ 80,000
  73. 73. Travel $ 20,000
  74. 74. Cash Reserves/ Future Grants $ 1,400,000</li></ul>Grant and Donation Income$ 2,500,000<br />Expected Milestones<br /><ul><li> Seed Funding in Place to Build the Foundation
  75. 75. Grants, Sponsorships, and Donations in Place for Operations</li></li></ul><li>21<br />What We Need Next<br /> Ways to support the <br /> SynerVision Leadership Foundation<br />Be a Founding Member of this Movement!<br /><ul><li> Be a Donor
  76. 76. Introduce Us to a Donor
  77. 77. Introduce Us to a Corporate Sponsor</li></ul>For information contact:<br />Hugh Ballou 540-250-2593<br />hballou@synervisionfoundation.org<br />

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