Strategic and Project Planning: Becoming Agents of Change
Your group has engaged in multiple conversations and brainstormed numerous options for addressing an issue or managing a project. But after this explosion of energy and the creation of an array of strategies, nothing seems to be happening! What do you do now?
In 2018, Virginia Cooperative Extension will offer its newest training, Strategic and Project Planning: Becoming Agents of Change
Whether a group want to write a comprehensive strategic plan or design the steps for project implementation, there are promising practices for this type of work.
This one-day course will explore the planning process for transitioning an idea into reality. Each participant will receive a planning notebook that will guide this process with any organization or community work group.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
|Petersburg Public Library 201 W Washington Street Petersburg, VA 23803 Multi-Purpose Room|
Each training begins at 9:30 a.m. and concludes at 4:30 p.m. Your investment is your time and the $160 per person registration fee which includes all course materials and lunch.
Each participant receives a resource notebook and lunch is provided.
Registration fees must be paid at the time of registration.
No refunds will be offered after the registration deadline (one week prior to the training).
You are invited to join your trainer, Martha A. Walker, Ph.D., and other individuals who are facing the same dilemma. Together you will discover the promising practices for overcoming the stagnation involved in strategic and project planning.
For questions or to obtain additional information, please contact
Dr. Martha A. Walker, at 434.766.6761 or firstname.lastname@example.org