2019 Coleman Conference on Cognitive Disability & Technology

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This annual event just keeps getting better! The 2019 Coleman Conference on Cognitive Disability and Technology is scheduled for Thursday, October 17, 2019, in Westminster, CO (with the associated Tech Fest Colorado the following day).

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2019 Project Management Day of Service

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The Project Management Institute (PMI) Mile Hi Chapter is excited to be sponsoring its 2nd annual project planning event for Colorado nonprofit organizations on Thursday, November 7, 2019, in Denver.

Does your nonprofit have a critical project or strategic goal approaching within the next year?

Increase the likelihood of its success by participating in this free, one-day workshop with professional project managers. Continue reading “2019 Project Management Day of Service”

Leading Successful Projects

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If you’ve ever taken advantage of the workshops for nonprofits in Colorado, sponsored by the Community Resource Center, you already know about the value they provide to your organization.

I’m excited to be presenting for CRC again – join me for Leading Successful Projects and learn how to keep your nonprofit’s projects on track from start to finish with practical project management tools and techniques.

Leading Successful Projects – Learn More and Register Here 

Date: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 – 9:00am-noon
Location:
Colorado Collaborative for Nonprofits
789 Sherman Street
Denver, CO 80203

The Power of Relevance – PMI Mile Hi’s 21st Annual Symposium

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Don’t miss this great opportunity to expand your project management knowledge by learning from other professionals in the field. This year’s event, ‘The Power of Relevance’ features keynote speakers Daniel Pink and Neen James, plus a full day of networking and PDUs.

Plan to attend this worthwhile event on April 19, 2019, at the Colorado Convention Center in downtown Denver.

Visit the PMI Mile Hi Symposium website for more information.

Project Management Day of Service

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The Project Management Institute (PMI) Mile Hi Chapter is sponsoring a free one-day project planning event for Colorado nonprofit organizations on Thursday, November 1, 2018, in Denver.

Does your nonprofit have a critical project or strategic goal approaching within the next year?

Increase the likelihood of its success by participating in this free, one-day workshop with professional project managers. Continue reading “Project Management Day of Service”

More Time for the Mission – IARF/IABH 2018 Educational Conference & Expo

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I’m looking forward to seeing many friends and colleagues at the upcoming IARF/IABH Conference & Expo in Chicago on September 5-7.

Check out my session, ‘More Time for the Mission’ on Friday morning at 8:00 a.m. (!) and learn how to transform the productivity of your organization by eliminating its biggest time wasters.  Hope to see you there!

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Project Management Fundamentals for Nonprofits – Full-day Workshop

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  A one-day, dynamic workshop filled with practical tools to maximize your nonprofit’s impact with smart project management

 

Develop a Culture of Smart Project Management Across Your Organization

Are you and your teams productive or just busy?

Do you start projects with enthusiasm but soon find them behind schedule, over budget, with an unclear scope, or stalled completely?

Does your organization waste valuable time and resources trying to track and communicate the status of its projects?

Organize Projects So That Your Efforts Have the Most Impact

For nonprofits to successfully carry out their missions, they must strategically manage their time and resources. Any nonprofit, regardless of size or budget, can benefit from applying project management tools and techniques to their many projects, including:

  • Strategic-plan goals
  • Fundraising events
  • New services, programs, grants
  • Capital campaigns
  • Office relocations
  • New internal processes and systems

 

Project Success Takes More Than Good Intentions

You will leave this eight-hour course with proven project management tools and materials designed to share with your teams and start improving your project success rates the very next day.

Course Highlights

  • Ten keys to project success
  • The Triple Constraint
  • Managing multiple projects successfully
  • Project selection considerations
  • Case studies – high-performing nonprofits with project management cultures

 

Fee: $265 – Includes a workbook with customizable templates and related resources, lunch and refreshments, and one hour of post-workshop consultation.

Contact me for information about the next scheduled session.

Don’t Miss This Opportunity to Take Your Organization to an Entirely New Level

 

Western Slope Strategic Planning Symposium

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Join me on April 12th in Edwards, CO for a dynamic symposium on strategic planning for nonprofit professionals. My full-day session, Implementation: From Plan to Reality (Achieving strategic goals takes more than good intentions), highlights techniques for developing realistic implementation plans which increase the likelihood of achieving each of your strategic goals.

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CARF International Annual Employment and Community Services Conference

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Celebrating 50 years of enhancing lives and services

CARF International continues to be regarded as the Gold Standard for promoting best practices for community-based services for people with disabilities. I’m looking forward to spending time with fellow surveyors (in sunny Tucson) learning about upcoming changes at CARF and standards enhancements!