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Progressive veiwpoints, great ideas, and actionable information for informed nonprofit management.


The Four Tenets of Good Volunteer Management

There are so many nuances that make a big difference in how you tackle specific management issues in a nonprofit organization. Take volunteers for instance, one of the more difficult jobs is to recruit, retain, and motivate volunteers in an effort to keep H.R. costs down and impact at its optimum.

Following these four tenets of volunteer management can make all the difference in your ability to leverage volunteers for your nonprofit…

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How you communicate with your stakeholders, constituents, and donors is directly connected to your ability to raise the funding necessary to improve program and optimize impact. Following are a couple of marketing Hip Tips that are easy for you to implement.

How to Get Your Content Shared

Attention is a scarce resource — especially online. This is illustrated by a Microsoft study that found the average attention span of an internet user has dropped substantially from 12 seconds in 2000, to just eight seconds in 2015.

If your post doesn’t look instantly appealing, your readers will click away before ever seeing how great your content is.

Here’s the link to to this informative article…

How to Create a Content Marketing Srategy

Content marketing strategy isn’t a nice to have, it’s a requirement. Recent research from the Content Marketing Institute found that more than 80% of B2B marketers say they have a content marketing strategy, but only a third have documented that very same content marketing strategy. Let’s fix that.

Here’s the link to to this informative article…
To learn more about how content marketing can impact your bottom line, call us at 720-638-0909.

Strategy Starts With Knowledge

This workshop will take the mystery out of strategic planning and provide primary stakeholders including board and executive staff with a step-by-step framework for developing a dynamic strategic plan.
February 19, 2016 from 11:30A – 1:30P

  • (lunch will be included with workshop)
  • Mile High United Way
  • 711 Park Avenue West ,Denver, CO 80205
  • Offered through Denver Gives for only $10 (a $75 value)

Learn more about this workshop here…

Seats are limited register here today!

Workshop is provided in collaboration with Denver Gives, a 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to empowering Denver’s small nonprofits to do big things.

We Build Capacity
Questus Strategies offers several innovative services to help nonprofits build capacity and focus their vision. Call us at 720-638-0909 or visit our website to learn more or to sign up for our free fundraising checkup.
Strategic Planning
Strategic Planning is a systemic process to assess an organization and its environment in an effort to develop the actions that shape and guide what it is, what it does, and why it does it, in an on-going, dynamic, and forward-looking manner
Organizational Assessment
Effective planning requires actionable intelligence. We provide a host of assessments around your lifecycle, marketing, programs, needs, and stakeholder engagement that determine the goals and objectives that direct and define your direction forward.
Delivering progressive, affordable, and engaging capacity building programs.



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