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Come Together: The Road to Nonprofit Merger Success
Navigating the pathway to merger is like putting together a fantastic puzzle. When successful, it results in a phenomenal achievement with lasting impact, but when one piece is missing, the original vision and goal remain unrealized.

In this workshop, explore the critical steps along the pathway to successful merger, including often overlooked but essential pieces of the puzzle.

We will discuss common scenarios that lend themselves to merger, identifying potential partners, and assessing collaborative possibilities. Throughout, we will examine vital lessons learned from both mergers that worked and those that didn’t.

You will start by determining if you should consider a merger. In some cases, it will be clear that other types of partnerships and alliances may be just as or even more beneficial.

From there, you will learn how to identify the best potential partners and know which factors can derail a merger before it even starts. Finally, you will learn how to assess and negotiate a merger.

Leave prepared to take a refreshed look at the sustained collaborations you enjoy today and those that may enhance your impact or sustainability tomorrow.

Learning objective:

1. Common scenarios leading to collaboration and merger.
2. Identifying potential partners.
3. Assessing success factors and potential barriers.
4. Understanding of process that leads to collaborative success.

This webinar will be recorded for future viewing. If you can't make it, go ahead and register anyway. You'll receive the recording a little later.

>> THIS WEBINAR WILL BE LIMITED TO 1,000 LIVE ATTENDEES <<

Dec 17, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Gregory Nielsen
Presenter
Gregory Nielsen is a sought after speaker and Consultant committed to helping leaders and organizations translate vision into reality. He is an accomplished nonprofit CEO, having previously led the Center for Nonprofit Excellence. His leadership was recognized locally and nationally, and honored with awards from the Better Business Bureau for Ethics and the Louisville Urban League for championing diversity. Gregory is a military veteran, having previously served as an officer and attorney in the United States Army. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government and International Relations from the University of Notre Dame and a Juris Doctorate from Notre Dame Law School.
Steven Shattuck
Host @Bloomerang