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We believe your organization can flourish.
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We believe in making here better – wherever “here” might be. And so do the social sector organizations we work with. Whether through coaching, consulting or facilitation, we’ll guide your organization forward to greater clarity and confidence.
Courageous nonprofits ask:
Our board meetings are a waste of time.
Fortunately, we specialize in “now what?”
From realigning boards to creating clear roadmaps to sustainable fundraising, we have worked with hundreds of organizations like yours to find clarity, facilitate important discussions and chart actionable paths forward.
Philosophy in action.
As a nonprofit leader, your time is valuable and in high demand. Without an actionable path forward, reports tend to sit in unopened emails or stashed away under piles of paperwork. We’re here to bridge the gap between philosophy and action, empowering you to lead boldly and effectively.
Featured case study
National Alliance on Mental Illness - Colorado
NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
Awarded a catalytic capacity-building grant, NAMI Colorado was challenged to navigate a leadership transition AND build its strength to both deliver and expand its programs. The project goal was to create a more secure and capable organization able to advance its mission.
Consulting with Kimberley, the board and interim Executive Director redesigned their governance model, crafted a viable position description to attract a new ED through a thoughtful search process, and build a robust development plan to attract philanthropic and public investment to bolster programs and service.
From the desk of Kimberley
We’re helping courageous organizations level-up their impact with timely insights on board governance, leadership, fundraising and strategic planning published each month.
Why culture eats strategy for breakfast
Before you get your flip chart and markers out, give some thought to the critical role culture plays in helping your organization succeed.
The secret to overcoming ego in leadership
What makes a leader? It’s not simply taking charge or making decisions—though that can often be how leadership presents.
Part 2: Why great nonprofit leaders leave
The uncertainty and messiness often inherent in the nonprofit sector have good leaders and candidates making different choices. Add to this the current trend of
Ready to thrive?
It all starts with a personal conversation with Kimberley. She’ll learn about the health of your organization and where you want to be. But first, we have just a few questions to help us chart the best path forward.