Yes, mostly. Regardless of your actual title, I want to work with the one person within your nonprofit who is primarily responsible for marketing decisions and implementation. I realize that this work is often shared by several people, but this mentoring program is really designed for a person whose primary job (and career goals) are centered on nonprofit marketing.
If you are a development director, but do most of the communications work at your nonprofit, we welcome you to join us.
If you are an executive director, let’s talk first. Executive directors usually find this program overwhelming. Let’s talk first to make sure it is a good fit for you. If you have some communications help, and communications work is central to your mission and job as the executive director, and not just a “nice to have” addition, it may work out. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Regardless of the size of your organization overall, the program is designed for the relatively small communications department. Most of the people who go through this program are either a team of one, or they are managing a team of up to 5 or 6 people, or are somewhere in the middle. If your communications team is more than 7 people, let’s talk first. You may want to pursue private coaching for you and your team instead.
You are certainly welcome to share materials with others on staff, and co-workers are welcome to sit in on our private monthly consulting calls occasionally. You will also be eligible for discounted All-Access Passes for others on your team. However, to keep the group focused and cohesive, I ask that just one person from your nonprofit participate on the monthly group calls and in the private online community.