HLB Mann Judd is deeply committed to supporting the not-for-profit sector. One of the ways we show our support is through the sharing of resources and knowledge to the community.
Each quarter will focus on a relevant and technical topic for NFP leadership in order to help them better meet their mission.
In the second quarter of 2021 we addressed Strategic Planning for not for profits. This page contains relevant resources on the topic including webinars, newsletters, guidance and reports.
On Wednesday 21 April 2021 we held our latest ENFP Briefing ‘Strategic Planning’. As part of the webinar we presented results from over 100 NFP leaders on Strategic Planning in their organisation. The results of the survey have been published in the report below. We encourage you to share this report with other leaders within your organisation and your Board members.
Does your organisation have a business model with sensitivities?
HLB Mann Judd has developed the NFP Strategy Link, a process to give more power to strategic thinking and operations of NFPs. This process can add significant impact to setting your strategies, and even more importantly, implementing them.
Where is your organisation in the process? Are you confident that you have considered all variable factors to include in your Strategic Plan? If you have any questions or require guidance, please reach out to Kim Kelloway.
The ENFP LinkedIn group provides you with information on exclusive briefings, access to the newsletter and enables you to collaborate and network with like-minded individuals. The ENFP provides an opportunity to access expertise in many areas to assist you day-to-day. Fill out the form to receive to find out how you can join the community!
Want to learn more?
Contact Kim Kelloway on (02) 9020 4285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kim Kelloway is head of clients and markets at HLB Mann Judd Sydney. Recognising the challenges and complexities faced by non-profit leaders required a high level of skill and expertise to lead social sector organisations – many leadership programs available did not cater to the unique needs of non-profit leaders. In 2010, she founded the ENFP Group which has grown to more than 1,000 members.