Administrative Workshops presented by Lydia Floyd

TOOLBOX - Session FOUR
Saturday, May 7 - 10:00 a.m. via Zoom

Event Planning Does your church host special events? Have you reviewed the purpose of your event with all interested parties? Have you discussed the goals? Such as raising funds? Member activity? Church family gathering? Revival? Community outreach? Women's Day? Whatever your purpose, you can turn it into a fundraiser for your church.  What would make it successful?  - Raise the planned goal amount? Full participation by your congregation?  Is your church the best location for the number of people attending? Is this the best time of year to host the event? You may want to publicize on social media or send emails as part of your marketing effort. What are the costs for this event? Catering, Decorations, Musicians, Guest Speakers, Sound, Marketing, and more. There are many ways to raise funds at events, tickets, raffles, auctions, sponsors, donations, etc. Do you collect funds by check, credit card, cash, online?  In this workshop, we can discuss any events you would like to have and how you can plan a successful event.

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TOOLBOX - Session THREE
Saturday, March 5 - 10:00 a.m. via Zoom

Are you and your organization prepared and able to pivot if necessary? Change is good, essential, and inevitable. Expect Change, Embrace change, prepare for change. There are three types of succession planning. One is a key leader's planned departure, two, leader development, and three, emergency succession planning. Come to this workshop to discuss ways to create an environment where you are not surprised by change but continuously developing and preparing leaders to assume responsibilities and roles you may need them to take on. We will look at sample planning documents to create a clear and formally agreed-upon plan that includes storing critical data to turn over to new leadership.Are you and your organization prepared and able to pivot if necessary? Change is good, essential, and inevitable. Expect Change, Embrace change, prepare for change. There are three types of succession planning. One is a key leader's planned departure, two, leader development, and three, emergency succession planning. Come to this workshop to discuss ways to create an environment where you are not surprised by change but continuously developing and preparing leaders to assume responsibilities and roles you may need them to take on. We will look at sample planning documents to create a clear and formally agreed-upon plan that includes storing critical data to turn over to new leadership.

 

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TOOLBOX - Session TWO

Saturday, February 5 - 10:00 a.m. via Zoom

Board Development - Leadership of any organization has the responsibility to govern the organization. When the congregation nominates their leaders they should consider what strengths and skill sets would be best for their particular needs. They should support their leaders as they unite to do God's work. In this workshop, we will talk about ways to ensure the organization discovers what skills your members have and how to encourage all members to step up and take on roles to help their church survive and thrive.

 

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TOOLBOX - Session One
Saturday, January 8 - 10:00 a.m. via Zoom

In the God's Finances workshop, we'll examine the optimal church finance goals and record keeping. We will discuss the correlation between proper financial management and the congregation's willingness to tithe once they feel their contributions are managed effectively. We will take a look at sample reports and bookkeeping. This workshop will also review the need for a qualified bookkeeper and Finance Committee to oversee their work.

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Please note: We will record the meeting for distribution if you cannot attend this session or any of the remaining sessions.

Although there is no charge, it would be helpful if you would email us at connect@abcoflash.org or call 818.839.6070 to let us know of your interest to participate and to receive printed resources. Questions? Feel free to call or email.


FILL YOUR TOOLBOX Overview

Administrative Workshops presented by Lydia Floyd in 2022

Lydia serves as Treasurer for ABCOFLASH. She is the CEO and Consultant for Simple Data – Nonprofit Consulting.

Throughout her career as an Executive Director of a small nonprofit, Lydia attempted to help those seeking to start a nonprofit or churches and small agencies who needed assistance. Her skill set includes but is not limited to Donor database management, Board Development, Event Planning as well as Accounting (she holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting). She hosts a class in nonprofit management basics and coaches and mentors Executive Directors and Church Finance leaders. She has held workshops in Succession planning for LA County Native American Commission.
 

2022 workshops for ABCOFLASH pastors and leaders will be offered via zoom on the following dates:

  • January 8 - Financial Management - God's Finances
  • February 5 - Board Development - Church Leaders Unite to do God's work
  • March 5 - Succession Planning - Help them learn to lead
  • April 2 - Nonprofit Management - The church is a faith-based 501c3
  • May 7 - Event Planning - Fundraising through church events or campaigns