Become the Best Nonprofit Leader that you Can
A Client Spotlight on Proctor’s Linking Mission to Money
Ever wondered how you can become the best nonprofit leader, board member, or volunteer that you can be? It is no secret that every organization needs money to be sustainable. But one of the most valuable lessons we have learned as a company is that it takes more than just money to succeed. We learned this lesson from our client, Allen J. Proctor, founder and principal of Proctor’s Linking Mission to Money.
Proctor has nearly 30 years of experience evaluating the financial health of organizations, developing effective business strategies, and enhancing organizational effectiveness. In 2001, he established Allen Proctor Consulting, LLC to provide this important financial guidance to clients. Three years later, Allen wrote his first book, titled Linking Mission to Money: Finance for Nonprofit Board Members, to help volunteer board members positively impact an organization’s mission.
Marketing Works is proud to share that Proctor is about to release his second book, More Than Just Money: Practical and Provocative Steps to Nonprofit Success. There is already an overwhelming amount of support for Proctor’s new book from great leaders such as E. Gordon Gee, who wrote the forward in More Than Just Money.
“This is a book that everyone involved with nonprofit organizations will find both useful and inspiring. More Than Just Money provides invaluable information, practical steps and provocative lessons to increase the probability of success for your organization.”
E. Gordon Gee, President of The Ohio State University
There is a great quote by William Arthur Brown that says “the mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” We hope you are just as inspired by Allen Proctor as we are!
We encourage you to visit LinkingMissiontoMoney.com to learn more information on the release of Allen’s new book as well as the other products and services that he offers.
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