We are committed to bringing out the best in organizations by bringing out the best in the board, staff, volunteers and community.
The Detwiler Group:
- Helps organizations craft actionable strategic plans aligned with their vision, mission and values
- Facilitates retreats and meetings that bring out the best in the board, staff and community
- Educates board and staff on their roles in ensuring success.
Virtual Meeting Tips
Social distancing and still having board meetings is possible. How about having that meeting “Virtually In-Person.”
Click here for simple guidance for creating an interactive video conference for your board or team.
Susan’s pragmatic consultant approach delivers results time and time again particularly in the arts and culture arenas. DAAs strategic plan covering 2016-2018 reflects her thorough and down to earth approach. A concise and working document that guides the organizations decisions on daily basis are a testament of a job well done.
Thanks to Susan’s wealth of experience and expert advice, I was able to effectively manage the organization and realize numerous accomplishments that heretofore were merely dreams. I have nothing but praise and heartfelt gratitude for Susan Detwiler who has so greatly contributed to our organization’s development, my professional growth, and the ever-increasing smiles on the faces of the students and families we serve.
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