Increase your conservation impact
I always used to think once the funding was in the bag, that it's smooth sailing from there but we all know that this is not the case. Building a successful project depends on so many competing factors but to truly make a positive impact on nature, we as project managers need to grease the wheels and make it the best it can possibly be. But let's face it, we're all short of time and money, so we need to do this in the most pragmatic and affordable way possible.
I'm aware of that, so I always rely upon a strong strategy, donor loyalty, and a good team to ensure that the project can continue to build momentum. To do this requires an honest and critical review of the project progress, good monitoring systems and a strong team ethic.
So whether you need to get to grips with how the work has been going, need new approaches to implementation, or specific help with monitoring design, there are lots of affordable and simple tools and resources to help you on the way.
Make a postitive change today
Half-day workshop to review and adapt your project*
Dedicate your morning to review, learn from and adapt the management of your own project in this half-day applied workshop & bring as many colleagues as you like
Half-day workshop dedicated to creating your monitoring plan*
Use action learning cycle to review, learn from and adapt your own project in this half-day applied workshop
Online project support*
Tackle your problems head-on with my affordable package of calls and follow up. Use the one-on-one time with me to review your progress to date, identify project risks, identify your monitoring indicators or create a stakeholder strategy.
Your ready-to-go fundraising plan*
I will create a unique fundraising plan designed for your project, which includes which organisations to approach, when and how.
*Delivered via Zoom
Or hire me directly
Limited-term qualified project management services for any project phase
Not sure what you need, but know that you need something?
Book a call with me, for a little clarity.