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Saturday August 29 2020 at 10:00 AM

× SaskCulture Nonprofit Lifecycles Capacity Lab 2020

How does it work? Each of up to 20 enrolled organizations will nominate a leadership team of three to five participants: minimum of senior staff (Executive Directors/General Managers) and two board members to join the program. Over the course of six months beginning in late August 2020, the cohort of leadership teams will participate in a series of intensive learning sessions led by our faculty of highly experienced capacity-building specialists to define and implement a capacity-building plan for their organization.

What you get? Through the process, participating organizations will: •Gain a deep understanding of capacity-building through a lifecycle lens •Understand the stages of your organization’s lifecycle •Assess your organizational capacity and sustainability •Get clarity on the capacity-building activities that offer the greatest impact for your organization •Develop a focused organizational capacity improvement plan •Learn and grow with a diverse cohort of organizational leadership colleagues.

This program is created in partnership with the Nonprofit Lifecycles Institute, founded by Dr. Susan Kenny Stevens, an internationally recognized consultant, author and lecturer on management, financial, and organizational issues pertaining to philanthropy and the not-for-profit sector. Dawn Martin and Steve Schack will co-Lead the program.

Who should attend? •Cultural organizations (SaskCulture Members and Non-members) •Leadership Teams: up to five members, ED plus Board members •Maximum of 20 organizations (60+ participants)

When does it run? August 2020 to January 2021

For more information visit: https://www.saskculture.ca/news/2020/6/23/saskculture-nonprofit-lifecycles-capacity-lab-2020

Venue

SaskCulture Inc.
VIRTUAL DELIVERY
Regina SK S4P 3X3


Session Notes

The Lifecycles Capacity Lab is a blend of virtual class learning and practical application through an assessment and capacity-building process. We define capacity as the health of your organization in five areas: programming/markets, governance, financial resources (business model), human capital (management/staffing), and administrative systems and processes. Now more than ever during these trying and uncertain times, each organization must strengthen its capacity to deliver on its mission while ensuring its sustainability and relevance.