Collaboration in Grant Development and Management
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With so many of the new state and federal grants requiring you to collaborate with community partners prior to receiving grants, are you prepared to prove that you have a well-established collaboration? Can you prove that you have a working relationship that shares ideas, staff and resources? Collaboration in Grant Development and Management was developed for grant writers and grant managers for building strategic partnerships with colleagues inside and outside of the grantee organization.
With Collaboration in Grant Development and Management, you can:
• Develop collaborative relationships, such as design teams and mentoring, to create stronger proposals.
• Save time by using proven checklists, sample forms, letters, and proposals.
• Be confident that you are acting strategically and efficiently using staff and resources.
Collaboration in Grant Development and Management is a comprehensive, easy-to-read guide developed for grant writers and grant managers for building strategic partnerships with colleagues inside and outside of the grantee organization. It explains the key characteristics of different types of collaborative relationships, such as design teams and mentoring.
It also discusses the importance of motivation, effective communication, and strengthening relationships in building collaborative efforts for developing grant proposals and continuing those relationships beyond the application stage, fostering them for strategic planning and effective grant management.
Whether you’re in a collaborative group and working in state and local governments, universities or colleges, hospitals, nonprofit organizations, K-12 education, this book is for you.
Collaboration in Grant Development and Management will help you better understand the individuals on your grant team and the group dynamics of a collaborative team and, if you pick the right partner, you’ll have a higher probability of being successful and winning those much-needed resources for your organization!
PLUS, the all NEW, Collaboration in Grant Development and Management includes these helpful tools:
• Defining collaboration, partnerships, consortiums, supporters
• Sample forms, letters, proposals…
- Single-issue, softbound publication.
Dr. Karen Stinson, is the Superintendent of Van Buren Community School District. A former teacher, K-12 and college administrator and grant consultant, Karen has written millions in state and federal grants including Safe Schools/Healthy Students, Drug Free Communities and 21st Century. She has more than 200 published articles in regional, state or national publications and serves as a field editor for several national journals including National Middle School Journal and Journal of Balanced Reading. She is also a national, state and regional presenter. She is an active member of her administrative community including being selected to participate in Leading with Soul and Balanced Leadership training. Karen has been very actively involved with national grant organizations for the past 10 years and has served as a board member of both the American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP) and the AAGP Foundation. She is currently serving on the Community Foundation Board where she enjoys awarding money for worthy causes. She co-authored three books for Thompson Publishing Group with Dr. Phyl Renninger.
Dr. Phyl Renninger, GPC, is the Director of Resource Development for Florida Community College at Jacksonville. As a prior teacher, K-12 school administrator, school district grant supervisor and grant consultant. Phyl has a wide range of experiences with small and large organizations and grant revenues that have ranged from $59 thousand to $86 million a year. Phyl has been very actively involved with national grant organizations for the past 10 years. She is currently a board member of the Florida Council for Resource Development (FCRD). Prior to that, Phyl served as one of the founding members, as well as Past Presidents, of both the American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP) and the AAGP Foundation. In addition to her extensive grant experience, Phyl is a national speaker and is actively involved with her community including serving as Mayor of Orange Park. She has co-authored three books for Thompson Publishing Group with Dr. Karen Stinson and has many articles in state and national journals.
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