WEBINAR RECORDING WITH CATHI HIGHT
In this time of drastic change:
- How do we objectively evaluate our programming?
- Can we design programs amidst uncertainty?
- How we create events that appeal to changing expectations?
If you’re like many other organizations, your events have been postponed or canceled and the future of face-to-face events feel uncertain. It’s difficult to plan programs in the fall and for the year ahead. In the past, when you have reviewed programming and discussed which ones to sunset, it has resulted in turf-protection with employees and board members and there isn’t agreement on how to evaluate programs objectively.
With uncertainty looming and the changing expectations of stakeholders, it’s time to evaluate what you offer, say goodbye to sacred cows whose time has come and gone, and develop new strategies for designing future programs.
DURING THIS WEBINAR RECORDING YOU WILL:
Recognize the dynamic landscape that is influencing the future of events.
Explore how to leverage an intentional strategy to maximize the four components of hybrid events.
Discover an annual evaluation process to fairly assess your programming.
It's time to capitalize on today's challenges
Gain the perspectives and tools to emerge more healthy and sustainable than ever before.
Today’s non-profit organizations face critical decisions and need to navigate major crossroads at every turn including:
- The impact of COVID-19 on operations and revenue
- Developing volunteer leaders and effective teams
- Attracting and retaining investors, sponsors and donors
- Engaging and providing value to a diverse audience
Although changes in demographics, technology, and competition have created challenges, there are opportunities to deliver on your mission and improve how you serve stakeholders.
These are both ambivalent and exciting times full of opportunities!
This third live session of our Non-Profit Success Strategies Series, in partnership with the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, is relevant and timely whether you are with a Non-Profit, Chamber of Commerce, or Association.
A Promoter of “Good Change”
Cathi Hight, is President of the Hight Performance Group, an organizational development firm that helps develop healthy organizations to manage constant change, enhance customer loyalty and “work smarter, not harder.” She has over 20 years of experience in working with education, finance, healthcare, manufacturing, nonprofit, and technology sectors.
As a certified Wiley Workplace Solutions Partner, Cathi works with organizations to develop high performing teams, effective leaders and productive work environments.
With more than 20 years’ experience in performance improvement, Cathi helps clients identify their real problems and solve them. She shares Kaizen principles of continuous improvement, making small and incremental changes, and improving customer experiences which bring about “good change” for internal and external customers.
Cathi has a diverse career experience which includes being VP of Operations for the Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii, Regional Sales and Marketing Manager for both Dole Foods and Dean Foods, national manager for the Kauffman Foundation’s FastTrac Entrepreneurship program, and a Motorola University Instructor for cycle time reduction and benchmarking. Her multi-industry background allows her to share best practices as a speaker, trainer, consultant and author.
She has served on boards of directors and chaired committees and councils for non-profit organizations. Her service includes the boards for the Boulder Chamber, Hugh O’Brien Youth Foundation, YMCA of Boulder County, Business & Professional Women of Colorado, and the Austin Human Resource Management Organization. Cathi believes that “a call to leadership is a call to serve” and enjoys helping others succeed.