Speed Consulting for nonprofits

Posted by on October 08, 2012

LaSalle offers free speed consulting in Bucks County

Is there a nagging issue that you’ve been wrestling with that you know could be tackled with an immediate discussion with a nonprofit expert? But where do you find an experienced, skilled nonprofit consultant who is willing to sit down and have  a quick conversation – for free?

The solution: Speed Consulting

The Nonprofit Center at LaSalle University’s School of Business and the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library in Bristol, home of The Nonprofit Resource Center, a cooperating collection of the Foundation Center, are creating an opportunity for free, instant consulting on key issues.

On  Thursday, November 1st, from 9am to noon, Nonprofit Center staff and  consultants will be available at the LaSalle University Bucks County Center, 33 University Drive, Newtown, to provide a series of free  25-minute consultations, by appointment only.

Available topics include Governance, Leadership, Strategic Planning, Boards, Executive Transitions (Succession Planning,  Interim Executive Directorships), Fundraising, Evaluation, Human Resources, Marketing/Communications, and Finance.

In  addition, staff from both the Nonprofit Resource Center and The  Nonprofit Center will be on hand to discuss their services and  professional development opportunities.

In keeping with the concept of speed, there is no application required, just an email to Lori Moffa at moffa@lasalle.edu by October 15th with the following  information: Organization name, name/title of individual(s) participating, organization mission and a one sentence description of your speed consultation request (e.g.  how to handle a disruptive board member, what is a best practices  strategic  planning process, what are the first steps in establishing an individual giving program).

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