Leading a nonprofit takes the work of a dedicated team – one that is willing to band together through challenging discussions and thoughtful decisions. Our facilitated retreats offer an engaging and structured environment for your team to find clarity and chart an actionable path forward.
From questions to clarity
Imagine gathering together your organization’s leaders and leaving at the end of your session with the clarity needed to move forward with confidence. We design our facilitated workshops to be fun, engaging and productive – producing tangible results and concrete decisions.
Facilitating is structured to fit your organization. We’ve facilitated:
Featured case study
Homeward Pikes Peak
Homeword Pikes Peak works with individuals and families to achieve their full potential through supportive housing and recovery services to rebuild dignity & self-sufficiency and permanently exit homelessness.
In 2020, with the pandemic in full swing, Homeward Pikes Peak was at an inflection point. Leadership recognized the need for increased capacity, better systems, and infrastructure while at the same time considering how best to position the organization for success in light of the pandemic.
Kimberley designed, facilitated and documented an engaging and purposeful leadership retreat delivered digitally. The outcome was a strategic roadmap to help the team make effective decisions to ensure their housing and clinical services could be sustained over time to deliver lasting value.
Clients we’ve lead through important discussions
Start dialogue and find real clarity
Through facilitating, we provide the safe space and thoughtful structure for your organizational leaders to work through important discussions. Are you ready to move courageously from questions to clarity?
Lead confidently with coaching
Ready to invest time into strengthening your own personal, professional development?
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Find guidance with consulting
Is your nonprofit growing and in need of capital for a new building? Are you transitioning in a new Executive Director or Board President?
Learn how consulting can help.