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W341: Using Futures-Thinking to Make Better Decisions Today

October 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

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COURSE DESCRIPTION:

How can you and your volunteer leaders best prepare for environmental ambiguity and unexpected developments? By constantly scanning for weak signals and adopting a future-oriented mindset. Hear from four experienced association executives who have benefited from embracing and integrating futures-thinking throughout their associations. This wide-ranging conversation will cover key points such as how to proactively lead your board toward a futures mindset; the power and importance of scenario planning; contingency planning and risk mitigation; and much more! 

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • Learn how you and your volunteer leaders can best prepare for environmental ambiguity and unexpected developments.
  • Learn how to proactively lead your board toward a futures mindset.
  • Learn the power and importance of scenario planning.
  • Learn about contingency planning and risk mitigation; and much more! 
Level Intermediate
NASBA (Field of Study) Business Management & Organization
CAE (Subject Domain) Operational Strategy
Prerequisites and advance preparation needed 1 years operations experience. No advance preparation required
Reviewer Wade Tetsuka, CPA
CPE/CAE Credits 1.0
Cost Free
Delivery Group Internet Based

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INSTRUCTORS
Kristine Metter, CAE
President at Crystal Lake Partners LLC
Kristine Metter, MS, CAE, founded Crystal Lake Partners in 2019 to help nonprofits advance their missions while adhering to strong business practices. With more than…
Donté P. Shannon, FASAE, CAE
Non-profit Exec. | Strategist | Public Speaker | Author, PMA Nonprofit Leadership and Vista Cova
CERTIFIED ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE (CAE) High-performing C-suite executive with experience in nonprofit management; Demonstrated executive leadership acumen; Skilled in trade, professional, and healthcare nonprofit oversight and…
Lindsay Currie, CAE
Executive Officer, Council on Undergraduate Research
@LindsayCurrieEO. My strengths include the ability to strategically examine and address organizational challenges, engage communities, and work with key partners to accomplish goals.@LindsayCurrieEO. My strengths…
Melody Jordan-Carr
Vice President, Membership Operations, American Trucking Associations
Specialties: association marketing, writing, editing, strategic development, direct mail and email copy-writing, volunteer relations, member acquisition techniques, campaign development and implementation.

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