‘This could be a game-changer.’ Most organizations have that one project that if they could just go for it, their world would change. Maybe you know what yours is. Maybe you know you need something, but can’t quite put your finger on it. Even if you’re ready to go all in, you may not have enough staff, or even the right staff, to make it what you want. That’s where Stacie comes in.
Stacie’s experience with staff supervision, committees, event planning, training development, grant writing, and getting the job done, makes her the ideal person to make your vision a reality.
A majority of her projects follow 4 phases.
Sharing your vision. Stacie will translate your vision into a scope of work, or even help you find what the missing piece could be. From there, more questions will start. What is the goal of this project? How do we measure that goal? What else needs to be inline for this to work? Stacie does a deep dive before starting any projects to be sure that you’re getting what you want and what you need. During this section, Stacie offers you her plan and what your team will need to accomplish for a smooth integration. You’ll know exactly what to expect when working with her and how to capitalize on it when the moment comes.
Nose to the grindstone. After setting the plan and deadlines, Stacie will get started. You can expect check-ins regarding her progress on a regular basis, so you’ll never be wondering what the status of your project is. She may even be checking-in with your teams to make sure any congruent work is on track. Her focused attitude and staff management experience certainly comes in handy here.
Delivery. What an exciting time! Whether it was launching a fundraising campaign, hosting a signature event, presenting strategy to your board, or rolling out a new initiative, it is time to shine. Stacie will deliver the project of your dreams.
Re-cap. You can’t keep Stacie away from those numbers. She provides you with a executive summary covering metrics and results based on the original scope of work. These reports often include engagement numbers, budget reports, staff evaluations, and survey results. Her reports are packed with full summaries and recommended next steps when applicable.
Not sure what your game-changer is? Contact Stacie to discuss the state and needs of your organization.
Other organizations have utilized Stacie’s project management skills for:
Youth Program Strategy and Curriculum Development
Staff Training Programs
Property Strategy Development
Leadership During Department Transition
Volunteer Training Curriculum Development