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Feedback from past events:
The Institute gave me the focus on my unique skills and the structure and motivation to move my practice forward. Couldn’t ask for more.
“The Consultant’s Role in Risk Management” Public Forum:
Panelists represented a good array of nonprofit informational organizations.
I enjoyed the energetic exchange and overall camaraderie.
Looking at risk management through holistic lens. Risk management, as important as it is, is not often discussed in the workplace until a situation arises.
“The Consultant’s Role in Supporting Foundation Results” Panel Discussion:
Well organized. Interesting subject matter. High caliber of panelists. Excellent diversity of funder perspectives. Great moderation – love the questions posted to panelists, synthesizing of answers.
“The Consultant’s Role in Nonprofit Excellence” Panel Discussion:
Really great program! The panelists were well versed and responded informatively to the questions. Excellent moderator.
“Team Up For Change” Panel Discussion:
First-hand transition stories really helped create context around organizational change. Inspiring stories of organizational transformation; terrific discusssion that followed in Q&A. Thank you so much for your efforts in planning and executing a valuable program.
Substantive, focused, informative. Exceptional expertise in panel participants.
“Succession Planning: The Good, the Bad, and the Non-Existent” Panel Discussion:
Very concrete analysis and suggestions. Excellent questions from moderator, rich discussion with attendees, excellent program. Thanks!