Skip to main content

Grant Writing is a Team Activity

For your convenience, you can download the webinar slides here.

Are your current grant writing strategies sustainable? No matter how skilled or seasoned, a single grant professional cannot successfully manage this monumental and critical process alone over time. And simply providing occasional input and formal approval to submit is not enough to ensure competitiveness and prevent burnout. Grant writing needs to be a team activity!

While establishing a successful grant team takes time and effort, it pays dividends in the end. Webinar presenter Diane Leonard, owner of DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services, is “driven to support nonprofits in creating twice the impact in half the time and making grants less stressful along the way.” Watch as Diane explains how to create and facilitate a grant team with a shared vision and the ability to continuously improve.

In this on-demand webinar, you'll learn:

  • How to establish a cross-functional grant team
  • How to facilitate a grant team so that it continuously improves over time
  • How to operate the grant team at a sustainable pace of work

Download your CEU certificate of completion for GPCI and please email to receive your CFRE certificate of completion. We will send your certificate after we have confirmed your participation.


Diane H. Leonard | Founder, DH Leonard Consulting & Grant Writing Services

About the Author

Diane H. Leonard, GPC, RST is a Grant Professional Certified (GPC), Approved Trainer of the Grant Professionals Association, and a Registered Scrum Trainer. Diane began her career as a Program Officer for a state-wide grantmaking organization and she continues to serve as a reviewer for a variety of grantmaking organizations. Since 2006, when she formed DH Leonard Consulting, Diane and her team have secured more than $98 million dollars in competitive grant awards and Diane has personally trained more than 69,978 nonprofit professionals. When not working with her team, Diane can be found in the 1000 Islands, out for a run, or drinking a strong cup of coffee.

Profile Photo of Diane H Leonard