The Performance Imperative A Tool for Building Continuous Learning & Improvement into Your Nonprofit
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As a strategy professional, you intuitively understand the importance of listening, learning and adapting to data and information. In fact, you thrive on the possibilities of results and improvement. In May, First Mondays will present information about how you can infuse the ideas of continuous improvement throughout your organization by using a vetted, tested, and free framework and tool, The Performance Imperative and the Performance Practice.

 Export to Your Calendar 5/6/2019
When: Monday, May 6, 2019
4:00 - 5:00 PM (ET)
Where: Online Webinar
United States
Presenter: Debra Natenshon, Performance Imperative Leap Ambassador, Principal, DBN & Associates, L3C
Contact: Jennie Benjamins
1-844-345-2828 ext 229


Online registration is available until: 5/6/2019
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ASP Nonprofit Center for Excellence First Mondays Series Presents:
The Performance Imperative: A Tool for Building Continuous Learning and Improvement into Your Nonprofit
Date & Time:  May 6, 2019, 4:00 - 5:00 PM (ET)
Presented by: Debra Natenshon, Performance Imperative Leap Ambassador, Principal, DBN & Associates, L3C

As a strategy professional, you intuitively understand the importance of listening, learning and adapting to data and information. In fact, you thrive on the possibilities of results and improvement. In May, First Mondays will present information about how you can infuse the ideas of continuous improvement throughout your organization by using a vetted, tested, and free framework and tool, The Performance Imperative and the Performance Practice.   

The Performance Imperative: A Framework for Social Sector Excellence has been coined “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Organizations". Our presenter, Debra Natenshon, was one of more than 50 social sector leaders, now collectively known as the Leap Ambassadors, who collaboratively wrote and published the Performance Imperative, a platform defining the seven pillars of high performance for nonprofit organizations.  In 2018, the Leap Ambassadors updated the framework and refined a reflective assessment  tool, the “Performance Practice,” designed to support nonprofits in putting the seven pillars of high performance into practice.

In this program, Debra will provide an overview of the Performance Imperative framework and introduce the organizational assessment tool. She will providing examples showcasing how this this framework has impacted the effectiveness and performance of social sector organizations and discuss how it can complement your other strategic tools.  

Debra Natenshon is a nationally recognized expert in outcome management. She is the founder of DBN & Associates, L3C a social purpose consultancy based in Chicago where her work centers on supporting organizations and collaboratives in their journey to high performance, and defining and advancing social change based on client results rather than on well-intentioned programs and activities. Prior to starting DBN & Associates, Debra was CEO for The Center for What Works, a national nonprofit focused on outcome management, research, training and consulting.

May 1st Mondays Registration Now Open

As a benefit of membership, ASP members can attend First Mondays for free. Registration is required.  Nonmembers are welcome to join by paying a $10 registration fee.  (For information about becoming a member please visit the Association for Strategic Planning website.)  All registrants will receive an email with connection information on the day of the discussion. They will also receive a link to the recorded version of the session for on demand listening as well as a copy of the slide deck/materials presented during the program.

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