Social Sector / Non-Profit Organizations
As Gazelles International Coaches, we also assist-mentor Social Sector /Non-Profit Organizations poised for exponential growth. We leverage the Rockefeller Habits and Scaling Up’s Four Decisions to empower Social Sector organizations around the globe to fulfill their unique success trajectories.
CREATE SUSTAINABLE GROWTH AND IMPACT
The keys to driving sustainable growth are: knowing your Core Beneficiary, developing a clear Brand Promise, and developing your BHAG® (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) for consistent funding and growth.
Our unique One-Page Strategic Planning (OPSP) document will help you get everyone on the same page.
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BECOME A MAGNET FOR A PLAYERS WHO ARE DEDICATED TO RESULTS
Growth-oriented Social Sector organizations most difficult decisions involve getting the right people in the right seats. Is everyone in your organization aligned, pulling their weight, and contributing as they should?
Gazelles People tools will help you get the right people doing the right work with clear accountabilities and metrics.
DEVELOP A STRATEGIC ADVANTAGE OVER YOUR COMPETITORS
One common challenge that quietly sneaks up on successful growth-oriented Social Sector organizations is the subtle transition from excellent, precise execution to passivity, complacency, and eventually poor execution disciplines. Tightening up your execution habits can dramatically improve your revenue, resource allocations, and overall impact while reducing the time it takes to get work done.
The Rockefeller Habits Execution Checklist can help dramatically reduce the time it takes to manage non-profit organizations, free-up the leadership team to spend more time sourcing volunteers, connecting with donors, and serving beneficiaries.
ACCELERATE CASH FLOW TO FUEL YOUR GROWTH
Funding is often the number one growth constraint holding a Social Sector organization back. Fiscal constraints vary by your ability to control and manage them. Increased cost of programs/services; inconsistent donor giving patterns; shrinking/competing donor base; and lack of a clear plan to broaden funding sources are some of the areas we examine to help you plan a cash strategy for your Social Sector organization.