Are you irritated because you keep losing contracts for which your agency is best qualified? NonProfits of privilege have spent decades building and nourishing a network map. Outsider directors can do the same thing with TurnAround Coaching and Consulting.
If nonprofits want a voice, they have to position themselves carefully with funders and with the public.
Marketing and NonProfit Funder Relationships are often related to Development. Click here to explore the Development Module
How many choices does your client have if they don’t come to you? Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement Tool helps you see your nonprofit service from the client’s mind
How do you build trust with clients? This tool measures what you know about your client in 4 dimensions. Build stronger relationships
Do you have a service that is good for people but they don’t accept it much? Use this marketing tool to decide how to create your public message
Everyone needs media for their event. How do you make media part of your marketing plan for the next event?
What the top 10 reasons that people give to refuse your service? Jack Daly inspired this tool and it gives you a way to respond
Every agency tries some programs that don’t fill. This tool explores how much of a funder contract will really impact the leadership and overall agency
What are the communication channels for your nonprofit? Where do the people in your sandbox go for information?
How to set a goal and expand your network map and influence
Do you need to serve X percentage of your contract capacity in order to receive the full contract? Do you have a fee for service program? Set some seasonal goals to make sure you get all of the resources you deserve
Does your Front Desk register your clients with same message that the program staff plan to deliver? Get everyone on the same message and take the sand out of the system!
How do you compete for contracts against nonprofits of privilege? This tool explores political and governmental channels that you need to join
Denise Lee Yohn, Fusion; What Great Brands Do
Jack Daly, Sales Playbook