Rachel Werner

Rachel Werner is the Owner and CEO of RBW Strategy, LLC and provides grants and project management consulting support to nonprofits, government and business entities.

  • Managing Competing Priorities and Tasks: A Key Skill for the “Accidental” Project Manager1:16:29

    Managing Competing Priorities and Tasks: A Key Skill for the “Accidental” Project Manager

    In this session, we discuss key strategies, tools, and tricks to help you feel more in control of your time so you can manage your projects and programs more effectively.

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  • The Top 5 Reasons Your Application May Not Be Funded

    The Top 5 Reasons Your Application May Not Be Funded

    It's difficult when you spend countless hours, weeks, or even months on an application only to find out that it won't be funded.

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  • Is Innovation Necessary? Think before you reach for the "Shiny New Object"

    Is Innovation Necessary? Think before you reach for the "Shiny New Object"

    How can organizations avoid the push to offer a shiny new object when existing services are perfectly fine, especially when funders want to see the shiny buzzwords?

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  • Start with Why: Grant Writers are Great Storytellers

    Start with Why: Grant Writers are Great Storytellers

    Grantwriting can be time-consuming and draining so how can grantwriters reframe their thinking to stay motivated?

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  • Project Management & Grants - Going Beyond the Checklists1:05:35

    Project Management & Grants - Going Beyond the Checklists

    Are you overwhelmed with different workstreams and feel that you could be more effective in how you work? Project management is a term thrown around, but what does it really mean?

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  • Need a Quick Project Management Fix? Try a Checklist!

    Need a Quick Project Management Fix? Try a Checklist!

    Now, as a project manager and nonprofit consultant, I use checklists of various types and complexity on all sorts of activities, and I find them extremely helpful.

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