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As a grant writer, researcher or manager, you are often asked to complete multiple tasks within short periods of time. Some of these tasks may even be outside of your job description. What can you do to stay on track, complete your work and appease your nonprofit leadership and board?
During this live nonprofit webinar, we will show you how to create a project management plan that offers a solution to managing multiple grant-related tasks in an efficient and streamlined way.
You will also learn best practices that have been adapted for the nonprofit sector from the Project Management Institute Educational Foundation (the globally recognized leader in project management); which research has shown leads to greater work efficiency.
This webinar is right for you if:
You are feeling overwhelmed with all of the tasks that compete for your attention
You manage other people’s work on grants related projects
You need to find a way to be more effective in how you address multiple priorities
In this 90-minute webinar, you will learn:
You’ll get these BONUS supporting materials:
A brainstorming guide to determine what to include in your project management plan
An Excel Project Management Plan template
A resource list of useful project management related websites
The webinar recording and slides
What Attendees Said about This Webinar:
“This webinar was very informative and gave some great tools and examples for managing projects and time going forward. I'm looking forward to using these skills in my daily work and sharing with others on my team to make everyone's life easier.”
Bria Verdugo-Uy, Westmark School
“Very useful information for someone who's new to Project Management but needs it desperately!”
Beth Miller, Bright Prospect
“Use of PMP will get anyone organized with any type of project.”
Denise Rivers, The University of Tennessee Health Science Center
“I've enjoyed webinars with you before and I will again. Great how-to information.”
Stephanie Fry, Stillwater CARES
“We do not use any project management tools and I am so excited to try the free one we were trained on in this webinar. If I like it or outgrow it, I feel I'll be more knowledgeable about what my needs will be.”
Suzanne Christenson, Women´s Shelter Inc.
“I thought the information provided was very helpful. I look forward to implementing the PMP.”
Brittany Wilson, Shepherd Center
“Useful breakout of tasks for planning and keeping projects on task, especially for those that involve managing multiple staff.”
Kristie Allen, The Children´s Partnership
“Great supplemental materials to extend the learning after the actual webinar.”
Averia Flasch, Zoological Society of Milwaukee
“I really appreciate that in addition to an engaging presentation, all materials shared in the presentation are provided for our own use.”
Micaela Gramelis, Young Audiences Art for Learning Maryland
Rachel Werner, Owner and CEO of RBW Strategy, has over 13 years of grants, consulting, communications, writing, strategic planning, training, and project management experience. Rachel Werner’s career has spanned the corporate, nonprofit, and public sectors. She provides support to clients on the full-lifecycle of grants activities, project management, and strategic planning. Since the beginning of her career, she has helped to garner nearly $20 million in grants and contracts.
While serving as a management consultant, she was considered a grants subject matter expert within Deloitte Consulting, LLP’s Federal Services practice where she supported federal grant-making organizations in the areas of full-grants lifecycle, project management, business process improvement, and policy development. A sample project required the management of grant programs to distribute $2 billion in federal funds to state and local entities. She has also served as a grants management specialist implementing a compliance system for large U.S. Department of Education No Child Left Behind funds within charter schools across the U.S.
She graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor in Arts and received a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service. She has also obtained a Certificate in Grants Management, is a certified Project Management Professional, and is a Certified Grants Professional. She is actively involved in the Grant Professionals Association and conducts training at national and local conferences.
If You Register and Cannot Attend, You Will Get the Webinar Recording, Slides, and Bonus Materials