Self-assessment and meaningful planning are important components to achieving success and this requires that we ask the right, sometimes simple, questions to address what we are doing, why we are doing it and what we must do to improve performances and achieve maximum results. Planning is not just an “event” but rather a continuous process of strengthening what works; making risk-taking decisions based on knowledge; setting objectives; appraising performance and results through feedback; and making ongoing adjustments as conditions change.

This workshop will provide participants with the tools and resources they can immediately use and adapt to help them remain relevant and sustainable with measurable results. By matching opportunities with competence and commitment, organizations can have a greater impact in their community resulting in the most important result of all—changed lives.