VALDOSTA – Whereas most firms and organizations have a written strategic plan, usually these plans are sitting on a shelf gathering mud.
SMART Strategic Planning + Methods for a Profitable End result is the subject of the Oct. 30 assembly of the South Georgia chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, in keeping with membership members.
The visitor speaker is Dara Barwick, a veteran strategic planning knowledgeable and proprietor of Dara Barwick Consulting in Thomasville. Throughout the presentation, Barwick will present insights and tactical ideas to assist information professionals on transfer their firm to extra productive ranges.
Barwick stated the SMART strategic planning technique creates objectives and goals which are particular, measurable, achievable, lifelike and time-based.
The presentation will embody steps on decide if an organization or group meets the SMART standards, what steps must be carried out to affect constructive strategic outcomes and 5 techniques companies can use to drive extra engagement and enhance outcomes utilizing SMART strategic planning, in keeping with members.
Earlier than establishing her consulting company in 2012, Barwick labored for the Georgia Division of Financial Improvement as director of present business and recruitment and director of entrepreneur and small enterprise.
Her duties included main a challenge administration staff that visited a whole bunch of firms and communities in Georgia to assist usher in sources for expansions and new places.
Barwick assists companies and organizations all through South Georgia to boost engagement within the strategic planning course of. She can be co-founder of She Creates Enterprise, an annual convention for girls entrepreneurs, and She Suppose, a month-to-month alternative for girls enterprise homeowners to encourage one another and share concepts.
Enterprise professionals are invited to attend the luncheon and presentation 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, on the Annette Howell Turner Heart for the Arts. Price for the luncheon is $12 per individual, and reservations could be made by emailing [email protected] or calling Thressea Boyd, (229) 460-7059.