Strategic Planning You Can Use

JuneStrategic planning is challenging but it doesn’t have to be complicated. When done well, strategic planning can provide an opportunity to hear numerous voices in your congregation and use that input to determine your future path.

In this fast-paced, upbeat workshop, you will learn about an innovative strategic planning process that congregations of all sizes can successfully complete and implement. This live online workshop is a hands-on experience, which prepares you to take what you’ve learned back to your congregation to begin the process of planning.

Led by June Miller, a nonprofit consultant with years of experience, this workshop provides fresh ideas and a better understanding of what it means to think and plan strategically. Miller explores the tools of strategic planning, helping you create a manageable and easy-to-implement plan.


You will leave with:

  • a clear understanding of terms used in strategic planning.
  • an easy-to-use, seven-step framework for planning that is effective for all organizations, regardless of mission or size.
  • an understanding of how to use what you’ve learned to help create a plan for your congregation.
  • a sense of confidence in the ability of your congregation to successfully plan for the future.

June Miller is the principal for June Miller Nonprofit Consulting and the former regional director for the Indiana Nonprofit Resource Network. She has been involved in corporate and nonprofit training for more than 20 years. Miller trains 1500 individuals annually on subjects ranging from nonprofit board development and fundraising, to strategic planning and managing change.

This live online workshop is noon-1:30 p.m. (Eastern time) Thursday, March 22, 2018. The cost is $10 per connection. You can access this workshop from your desktop, tablet or mobile anywhere with a connection to the internet. The workshop is limited to Indiana congregations.


How can you maximize your learning in this workshop and others? Check out this Center for Congregations article, "Getting the Most from an Education Event."