It’s #16NTC time again! We hope to see you there! Read below for details on the sessions Heller team members are presenting, and where you can meet up with them in person. We look forward to sharing with and learning from this amazing community of thought-leaders who shape our space.
You’re Invited for Breakfast!
We’ll be hosting a Bellini, Bloody Mary, and Burrito Breakfast at the San Jose Marriott on Friday, March 25, between 8:15 and 10:30 am. Take a break from the week’s hectic pace for this open-house style event with delicious food and drinks. It’ll be a casual atmosphere where you can swap success stories, discuss the conference sessions, and do some good old-fashioned networking at the conference hotel.
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Our #16NTC Sessions
After a competitive round of submitting and voting, Heller Consulting and Heller Digital will be presenting a pre-conference session and two conference sessions this year, covering everything from managing change on a technology project to creating a holistic constituent experience through marketing and fundraising tools. See the details below to help you finalize your conference plan of attack.
If you aren’t coming to NTC this year and you want to receive our presentation slides and resources, let us know and we’ll be happy to send them to you.Send me the slides and resources!
CRM Roadmaps: Strategic Planning for CRM (Hands-On Workshop)
Salesforce Day, Tuesday, March 22 ($20 additional registration fee)
In this pre-conference session, Keith Heller will share his vision template for how to get started planning your organization’s CRM journey, based on his nearly two decades of experience designing and implementing CRM environments for hundreds of nonprofits.
Change Workshop: Managing Change to Ensure a Technology Project’s Success
Wednesday, March 23
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Smita Vadakekalam (Heller Consulting) and Sandi Reinardy (University of Wisconsin Foundation) will present practical strategies to prepare, communicate, and manage change in your technology project. Following the interactive workshop, attendees will leave with fundamental tools and templates to facilitate both current and future change management projects.
How CRM-Savvy Orgs Find The Best Strategies and Tools For a 360 Degree View of Supporters
Thursday, March 24
10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Whether you’re satisfied with your marketing and fundraising tools or you’re considering a change, Rachel Allison (Heller Digital) and our panelists will give you the perspective and strategies you need to create an integrated technology environment, with the ultimate goal of understanding your constituents’ needs, preferences, and actions to engage them personally and effectively.