This worksheet creates a simple “so that” chain, clearly linking your strategy, with outcomes that build towards your organization's ultimate goal. Use this worksheet to begin exploring the long-term, community level impact of your work.
This sample stakeholder survey was developed for a fictional community organization that serves families with young children.
Surveys like this can be used to gather information about stakeholders and...
Creating your Circles of Support is a valuable way of identifying stakeholders.
With this tool, you can pinpoint which community groups, clients, volunteers and other stakeholders are most important...
The strategic planning quadrant can be used during strategic planning to identify and prioritize stakeholders based on:
Their level of power or influence they have over your organization.
The three modes of governing are like three different types of conversations that need to happen at the board table. These conversations become tools that help board members feel empowered to make the right types of decisions, harness the collective wisdom of the board, and improve board performance.
This tool can be used as a conversation starter with your board members to reflect on what makes the best use of your board’s time and identify potential changes to your board meeting agenda or board calendar.
Successfully recruiting your next senior leader is multi-stage process that begins and ends with a well-articulated succession plan. This template outlines the key steps in the succession planning process, and provides a structure to gather input from key stakeholders and outline organizational objectives and timelines.