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The One-Page Business
Plan for NAWBO Chapters
Leading with Clarity, Communication &
Confidence
!
NAWBO Leadership Bootcamp...
Servant Leadership
• Listening
• Empathy
• Healing
• Awareness
• Persuasion
• Conceptualization
• Foresight
• Stewardship
...
Why Plan?
• If you don't know your destination, how will you know
when you've arrived?
• Forestall problems
• Clarity
• Co...
One-Page Business Plan
• Multiyear planning
• Marries STRATEGY with OPERATIONS
• Simple, clear, focus on RESULTS
• Metrics...
One-Page Business Plan
• Start at 30,000 feet - VISION & MISSION
• WHAT are you building? WHY does your org exist?
• HOW w...
What’s Your 

Chapter Life Stage?
STARTUP GROWTH MATURE
Number of
Members
<50 50-200 +200
Budget <$10K $10K - $100K +$100K...
One-Page Business Plan
• Draft plan (advice available, but YOU must create)
• Share with PASC sponsor & colleagues
• Prese...
VISION
Within the next ____(1, 3 or 5) years, grow
______________ (organization name) into a successful
________ (geograph...
MISSION
We help ___________________________
To whom are you in service?
(clients, members, recipients of your service)
___...
STRATEGIES
● Focus on serving __________with ___________& ___________ needs.
● Create awareness of our services by _______...
OBJECTIVES
● Increase Corporate Partner Revenue from $ _______to $
_______.
● Increase paying memberships from _________ t...
ACTION PLANS
Project 1: ______________________________________
Project 2: ______________________________________
Project 3...
Now It’s YOUR Turn
• At your table, discuss how you might change the
sample plan for your Chapter
• What 2 or 3 BIG Object...
Talkback
• At your table, discuss how you might change the
plan for your Chapter
• What 2 or 3 BIG Objectives do you need ...
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Leadership Boot Camp 2014: Business Planning for NAWBO Chapters
National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Leadership Boot Camp 2014: Business Planning for NAWBO Chapters
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National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Leadership Boot Camp 2014: Business Planning for NAWBO Chapters

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The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Presidents’ Assembly Steering Commitee provides continuing education and training for our volunteer Chapter Leaders. Our Spring 2014 event was in Las Vegas where leaders from around the US gathered for 24 hours of education, sharing and FUN.

Here is the presentation I shared on creating a business plan for your NAWBO Chapter.

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National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Leadership Boot Camp 2014: Business Planning for NAWBO Chapters

  1. 1. The One-Page Business Plan for NAWBO Chapters Leading with Clarity, Communication & Confidence ! NAWBO Leadership Bootcamp March 20, 2014, Las Vegas
  2. 2. Servant Leadership • Listening • Empathy • Healing • Awareness • Persuasion • Conceptualization • Foresight • Stewardship • Commit to Growth • Building Community
  3. 3. Why Plan? • If you don't know your destination, how will you know when you've arrived? • Forestall problems • Clarity • Communication • Teamwork & Collaboration • Buy-In
  4. 4. One-Page Business Plan • Multiyear planning • Marries STRATEGY with OPERATIONS • Simple, clear, focus on RESULTS • Metrics • Communication tool
  5. 5. One-Page Business Plan • Start at 30,000 feet - VISION & MISSION • WHAT are you building? WHY does your org exist? • HOW will your Chapter be built & managed? • WHAT does success look like for your Chapter? • What projects/programs must be completed this year, broken into SMAARTER goals?
  6. 6. What’s Your 
 Chapter Life Stage? STARTUP GROWTH MATURE Number of Members <50 50-200 +200 Budget <$10K $10K - $100K +$100K Corp Partners 1 - 3 4 - 20 +20 PLAN probably not recreating the wheel continuity, alignment, communication
  7. 7. One-Page Business Plan • Draft plan (advice available, but YOU must create) • Share with PASC sponsor & colleagues • Present as draft to your Board • Board adds input/Finalizes • Every Committee should have one: using Chapter Vision, Mission, and selected Strategies; then,
 1-3 objectives, requisite Action Plans Process
  8. 8. VISION Within the next ____(1, 3 or 5) years, grow ______________ (organization name) into a successful ________ (geographical service area) NAWBO CHAPTER with annual funding of $__________ providing ________________ (list 2 – 3 key services or products) for/to ________________ (describe the profile of the recipient of your services). VISION STATEMENT: WHAT ARE YOU BUILDING? 
 What your Chapter will look like
 in 1, 3 or 5 years. PracticallyPainlessPlanning
  9. 9. MISSION We help ___________________________ To whom are you in service? (clients, members, recipients of your service) ____________________________ What do you do for them? (Describe benefits of your services)
 WHY DOES YOUR CHAPTER OF NAWBO EXIST? 
 What do the recipients of your services want/ need from your organization? Describe why your Chapter exists, in 8 words or less. PracticallyPainlessPlanning
  10. 10. STRATEGIES ● Focus on serving __________with ___________& ___________ needs. ● Create awareness of our services by ____________, ____________& _____________. ● Initial Experience: Promote membership by __________, _________ & __________. ● Revenue Model: Generate revenues by ____________, ____________ & _____________. ● Engage Corporate Partners to ____________, _____________, & ________________. ● Use Internet/Technology to ____________, ___________ & _____________. ● Assure services will be cost effective by ____________, ____________ & _____________. DEFINE HOW YOUR CHAPTER WILL BE BUILT AND MANAGED . Describe 5 to 8 things this non-profit must do extremely well over time to be successful. PracticallyPainlessPlanning
  11. 11. OBJECTIVES ● Increase Corporate Partner Revenue from $ _______to $ _______. ● Increase paying memberships from _________ to __________. ● Increase member retention from _______% to _______%. ● Increase number of program participants from _______to _______. ● Increase number of _______ workshops/programs from _______to _______. ● Increase _______success rate from _______to _______. MEASURABLE RESULTS 
 What results must your Chapter achieve to be successful? List 2 - 3 goals your Chapter must achieve this year to be successful. PracticallyPainlessPlanning
  12. 12. ACTION PLANS Project 1: ______________________________________ Project 2: ______________________________________ Project 3: ______________________________________ Project 4: ______________________________________ WORK OR TASKS TO BE COMPLETED What are 3 - 5 capacity/infrastructure projects/ programs that must be completed this year to achieve your strategic objectives? Be Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Alignment, Realistic, and Time-Bound, Evaluate and Re-Evaluate. PracticallyPainlessPlanning
  13. 13. Now It’s YOUR Turn • At your table, discuss how you might change the sample plan for your Chapter • What 2 or 3 BIG Objectives do you need to tackle to be successful? • What will you do to bring this back to your Chapter? • How can you best learn this to implement with your Chapter?
  14. 14. Talkback • At your table, discuss how you might change the plan for your Chapter • What 2 or 3 BIG Objectives do you need to tackle to be successful? • What will you do to bring this back to your Chapter? • How can you best learn this to implement with your Chapter?

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