In a fast-paced world with changing economies, technologies and global work forces, nonprofits must utilize proactive planning not just to survive, but to thrive. Join nonprofit experts Hannes Combest, FASAE, CAE and Diane Marty, MALS, CFRE for this interactive program on assessing and addressing the drivers of change likely to impact nonprofit operations. They will present an overview of nonprofit governance duties and structures highlighting ForesightWorks as an emergent governance strategy. ForesightWorks is a deliberate, evidence-based research initiative developed by the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) to assist nonprofits in proactive planning for transformational shifts in our nonprofit work.
Through the workshop, attendees can expect to gain an enhanced understanding of organizational governance operations and the proactive roles individuals can fulfill in a futurist process as volunteers, staff, and committed stakeholders. Seats are limited — save your spot today.
This is the first of three interactive workshop sessions hosted by Rockhurst University through Nonprofit Connect exclusively for Connext members.
Diane Marty, MALS, CFRE
Founder and Principal of Faire Consulting, Diane spent nearly two decades “on the other side of the desk” before launching her consultancy specializing in accelerant growth phase strategies and operations in 2011.Since 2005 Diane has held an adjunct faculty appointment at Rockhurst University, currently in the Helzberg School of Management and also serves as a Senior Fellow at the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership at UMKC. A lifelong student herself, she is currently at work on her doctorate in Human & Organizational Development at the Peabody School of Education at Vanderbilt University. She resides in Leawood, KS with her husband, lamenting the empty, quiet household with both of her children in college.
Hannes Combest, FASAE, CAE
Hannes Combest was named as Chief Executive Officer for the National Auctioneers Association beginning in June of 2008. Prior to her work at NAA, she served members of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America for more than 12 years in various capacities. Prior to that she was the Assistant to the President at Haskell Indian Nations University, the only inter-tribal university in the United States and where she also taught journalism. In 2002, she earned her CAE and in 2018 was named an ASAE Fellow - less than 1% of ASAE's membership have been awarded this honor. In December, Hannes received a certificate from the University of Houston indicating her project on Strategic Foresight had been accepted by the faculty as meeting the stringent requirements of their program, fulfilling one criterion for membership into the Society of Professional Futurists. Hannes is active in the American Society of Association Executives as a former Chair of the Research Committee and is past-president of the Kansas City Society of Association Executives.