The Resource for Great Programs, Inc., announces its fall 2007 workshop:

Great Programs and How to Grow Them

October 10-12, 2007 • Traverse City, Michigan

Brochure and Registration Form

Information About Our Workshops

Every fall, The Resource invites highly motivated advocates and leaders from the equal justice community to explore practical techniques to build better civil legal aid programs. This year, we will delve into three key elements of a performance-driven management system:

Practical legal needs assessments. Use affordable techniques and existing data to craft a powerful strategic tool that not only identifies your clients’ critical legal needs, but yields fundable projects to address them.
Outcome-focused program assessment. Measure the results of your projects, and then make the data pay — in a better program, improved staff morale, and a compelling “story” for your funders. Results-driven strategic marketing. Tap new resources by linking the interests of potential funders and partners to your program’ great story of identified need, high performance and powerful results.

Bookmark this page now and watch for further details in the coming months.
To sign up for e-mail notification of workshop details, contact:
The Resource for Great Programs, Inc. • (231) 947-3280 •
Who Should Attend:

  • Program Managers

  • Project Leaders

  • Board Members

  • Resource

  • Funders
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