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Planning the Future: Strategically

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November 14th 2017 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Event Fee(s)
Member $ 0.00
Non-Member $ 65.00
AFP $ 60.00

Our professional development trainings are made possible by the generous support of U.S. Bank:


Peter Drucker once said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” In a world of constant change, the only thing constant is change.  Historically, nonprofit leaders were innovators, creators and change makers.  However, with changing societal norms, different perceptions of truth and limited resources thinking strategically is a vital skill. Join Carolyn Love in this training to better understand the depths and influence of the strategic planning process.

Event Description
Learning Objectives

  • To increase knowledge about the strategic planning process.

  • Understand the “why” “what” and “how” of strategic planning

  • Provide tips and tools for creating a dynamic plan


Nonprofit professionals involved in the planning process.

Level of Difficulty

Intermediate = 3 - 5 years of experience in the field


Carolyn Love, Kebaya Coaching & Consulting

Carolyn Love is the founder of Kebaya Coaching & Consulting, a leadership coaching, training, and organization development company. Kebaya is an African term that means leadership. The company focuses on enhancing the leadership talent in organizations, expanding the understanding of leadership, and facilitating meaningful and sustainable change. Carolyn served as the executive director and CEO of three nonprofit organizations in the Denver area. She currently teaches in the Master of Nonprofit Management program at Regis University. 

As a consultant, trainer and leadership coach, she facilitates workshops and trainings on leadership, diversity, equity and inclusion. Internationally, she presented workshops at La Universidad Anãhuac in Mexico City, Mexico and University of Stellenbosch Business School in Bellville, South Africa on non-governmental leadership and change. Carolyn a graduate of the Coach Training Institute and serves as a leadership coach for the Community Resource Center located in Denver, Colorado and the City of Boulder.

As a public speaker, Carolyn focuses on discussing the question “what does it really take to create and sustain a multi-cultural, multi-racial democracy?” Carolyn earned a PhD in Leadership & Change from Antioch University.


Qualifies for Excellence in Nonprofit Principles and Practices. Completion of a post-training evaluation is required for this training to count toward recognition. 


Need to cancel? Please use the link in your confirmation email or email Akila Copeland no fewer than 3 business days prior to the training. Members, please review our Cancellation Policy for more information. 

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