Stability and Growth: Expanding Organisational Reach While Maintaining Fundraising Efficiency

The purpose of this webinar is to provide information, knowledge, and techniques to personnel in the not-for-profit, on how to integrate a stability and growth strategy whilst maintaining a focus on fundraising efficiency.

Webinar Objectives

  • To provide participants with information and knowledge on the importance of stabile growth plans for the viability of NGOS.
  • To enable participants to acquire skills in planning, developing, and implementing sustainability whilst focusing on fundraising efficiency.
  • To inculcate in participants analytical techniques on fundraising as the basis for not-for-profit stability and growth strategies.
  • To create a discussion platform for NGO representatives to contribute towards a better understanding of a stability and growth strategy whilst maintaining fundraising efficiency in their individual organisations.
Subjects Covered

  • What is Stability and Growth?
  • The Benefits of Organisational Development.
  • The Elements of Organisational Success.
  • The Essentials of Stability for Organisational Success.
  • The Benefits of Organisational Stability.
  • The Impact of Fundraising Efficiency.
  • NGO Improvement in Fundraising Efficiency.
  • NGO Growth and Stability Strategy.

Webinar TrainerDr. Christopher A. Johnson is an award-winning journalist, editor, publisher and business management consultant since the 1980s. He is also a former Commonwealth/Nuffield Cambridge Press Fellow, Management Science Fellow, a certified Commonwealth Youth Worker, holder of an MBA in Marketing Management and a Doctorate in Business Management. He is renowned for his [visiting] tutorials in bid writing, business planning, leadership, marketing and organizational development cum capacity building. He is both founding director of Global Entrepreneurial Development Services Limited and Chair of Community Education Academy of Leadership. He supports economic and social policy initiatives in Africa, the Caribbean, the Middle East and South Asia.

Time: 03:30 PM to 04:30 PM GMT / 12:30 AM EST

Location: Virtual

Date: Tuesday, May 7, 2024