Writing Powerful Performance Indicators w/ Lori Foltz Fabian

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Are you and your grant funders speaking the same language? Inaccurate, unspecific and achievable performance indicators can spell disaster for a non profit. Instead, write POWERFUL performance indicators to ensure smooth programming and happy, long-term funder relationships.

In this 1 hour special workshop hosted by Instrumentl, you'll learn how to set your nonprofit up for success with funders by designing accurate and achievable performance indicators.

By the end of this one-hour workshop, you’ll learn:

  • Definitions around performance indicators and targets

  • How to write SMART indicators with templates for various types

  • Hazards to avoid in writing performance indicators; and big picture considerations within the context of the grant proposal

All registrants will receive a recording and copy of the presentation slides after the workshop. Instrumentl is also offering every live attendee personalized grant recommendations for their nonprofit.

NOTE: Instrumentl helps US-based 501c3s with at least a 90K operating budget, or consultants supporting such clients. If you are based internationally, you must have a US-affiliated chapter and 501c3 status to find this workshop helpful.

Lori Fabian, President, Fabian Consulting, Inc. has had over thirty years of experience working with non-profit organizations.

As a professional grants manager, writer and counselor, she has as of June 2022 helped nonprofit organizations raise over $80 million in foundation, corporate, and government support. A specialist in outcome measurement and program evaluation since 1997, Ms. Fabian has provided external evaluation for federal, state, and major foundation-funded programs and projects in Louisiana, New Jersey, and New York, including programs as diverse as school performance improvement, substance abuse treatment, after-school programs, health literacy, youth mentoring, marriage strengthening, family literacy, and primary and behavioral healthcare integration. She performed a county-wide assessment of food insecurity in Passaic County, and was principal investigator for a national evaluation of a long-standing program for the Foundation Center in 2005. 

A frequent provider of training and technical assistance in both grantsmanship and program evaluation, Ms. Fabian was the inaugural recipient of the New Jersey/New York Girl Scout Training Cluster’s annual Compass Award for Excellence and Leadership in Learning Facilitation.

Don’t delay, save your spot in this grant workshop today.

 

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