Nonprofit Services

All the training can be customized to your organization’s needs and delivered in the format that you need to be most impactful.

Any other training that is needed for your organization can be developed and delivered as needed. 

Raj has over 30 years of experience working with and consulting with Non Profits and understands the needs of Non Profits extremely well.

Consulting Services & Solutions

Analysis of the Organization’s Finance Department
Assessment of Organizational or Departmental Effectiveness
Internal Controls & Processes
Evaluation of Implementation of policies and procedures
Risk Analysis
SWOT Analysis
Compliance Monitoring
Help with Policy and Manual Writing or revision
Training to Finance and all staff levels on finance
Monthly close controls and processes
Budget development, process & execution
Audit preparation, including single audit
Financial Reporting & Monitoring
Financial Operational Assessments
Presenting to Finance Committee and Board of Directors
Grant Management & Compliance
Payroll process and evaluation 
Board Governance and Training

Other projects on CFO’s to-do list

Leadership Training

For Aspiring leaders, new leaders, experienced leaders – Specially formulated for Non Profits based on John Maxwell’s programs
– Real Success
– Developing the leader within you 2.0
– Leadership Gold
– The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership 
– Leadership Assessment
– Growth Impact Report
– Leadershift 
– Developing the Leaders Around you
– No Limits – Blowing the Cap off your capacity

One on One coaching & training
Group Coaching 
Workshops – In person or via Webinars 
Access a leader’s strengths and weaknesses
Special Customized trainings for your organization

Communication and Connection

Communication and Connection are at the heart of any Non Profit organization. “Connecting is the ability to identify with people and relate to them in a way that increases your influence with them,” says leadership expert John Maxell. The ability to communicate and connect with others is a major determining factor in reaching your and your organization’s potential. For your organization to be successful, your employees must work with others, with their peers, with their clients, and within teams. More than 90% of the impressing that we often convey has nothing to do with what we actually say! Our programs pay emphasis on
  • Employee’s personality types – Using DISC Personality Type
  • Communication with different personality styles
  • Using “Leadership Game” to work effectively within teams
  • Types of Learners & how to communicate with them
  • Finding the common ground
  • Study Communications principles/practices in a group setting, create an action plan, and have the group hold you accountable for fulfilling your plan and goals.
  • Receive critical insights into yourself
  • How to increase your influence in every situation
  • A sense of shared endeavor – there are others out there!
Based on John Maxwell’s
– Everyone Communicates, but Few Connect – 17 Indisputable Laws of Teamwork – Leadership Game  – Communication Impact Report  – Developing the Leaders Around you

Productivity & Time Management

Working for a non-profit organization can be extremely rewarding, but it can also be very challenging. Employees often have to contend with limited resources and tight deadlines. As a result, enhancing productivity and time management skills is essential for ensuring that the organization can achieve its goals.

There are a number of ways that employees can increase their productivity, including using task-management tools, setting realistic goals, and taking breaks. Time management training can also be extremely helpful in teaching employees how to prioritize their time and work more efficiently. By implementing these strategies, employees can make a big impact on the success of their non-profit organization.

We provide the employees with hacks they can use on a daily basis to enhance their productivity levels and we have had great success with it. By teaching employees how to prioritize and plan their work, they can avoid wasting time on tasks that are not essential.

In addition, time management training can help to eliminate wasted time and increase efficiency. As a result, non profit organizations that invest in this type of training can see a significant boost in productivity.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is critical for the success of any organization, but it is especially important for non-profits. Non-profits are often reliant on public support, which can be difficult to maintain if the organization is perceived as being inefficient or ineffective.

Emotional intelligence can help non-profits to build strong relationships with the public and other stakeholders and to make sure that they are able to meet their goals. Furthermore, emotional intelligence can also help non-profits to understand the needs of their target audience better and to design programs and services that meet those needs. Finally, emotional intelligence can also help non-profits to manage their own emotions so that they can stay focused and motivated in the face of challenges.

Leaders with high emotional intelligence are more successful than those without it. They’re better able to deal with difficult situations, relate to others, and build strong teams. And they’re more likely to be effective in achieving their goals. If you want your nonprofit to be successful, emotional intelligence training is essential. By increasing your emotional intelligence, you’ll be better equipped to lead your team to success.

Our training on Emotional Intelligence includes
– What emotional intelligence is and why it matters
– Identify emotional patterns – personal strengths and weaknesses.
–  Effectively manage behaviors that may limit optimal performance.
–  Discover how EI can enhance work performance.
– Explore EI as a leadership competency.

Through EI for Leadership and Self-Awareness, participants increase their understanding of emotional intelligence and learn how a greater awareness of EI increases their effectiveness as a leader, manager, and public servant.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training is a process through which organizations can promote and develop a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture.

We provide this training through workshops, webinars, group coaching, or other means. DEI training helps organizations identify and address areas of inequality and prejudice while also developing strategies for promoting diversity and inclusion within the workplace.

Diversity, equity, and inclusion training and coaching help non-profit organizations create an environment where everyone can feel valued, respected, and supported. This type of training can help employees learn how to best work with people from different backgrounds and how to identify and address unconscious bias.

Additionally, diversity, equity, and inclusion training can help organizations develop policies and procedures that are more inclusive of all help of the community. By investing in this type of training, non-profits can send a strong message that they are committed to creating a more just and equitable world for everyone.

By providing employees with the tools to understand and promote diversity, equity, and inclusion, non-profits can help create a more just and equitable world.


In addition, DEI training can help non-profits to attract and retain a more diverse workforce, which can lead to improved organizational outcomes. When done correctly, DEI training can be an invaluable tool for promoting social change.

By investing in diversity, equity, and inclusion training and coaching, non-profits can make a real difference in the lives of the people they serve.

Leadership Game


Why? “Because everything rises and falls on leadership, ” says Maxwell. “These leadership principles carry consequences with them.

John says I’ve seen them at work in more than ninety countries around the world. Apply the laws in your organization, and people will follow you. Violate or ignore them, and you will not be able to lead others. But there is good news: every one of the laws can be learned.”

How? Play the game with 6-12 of your most influential leaders and find out!

Tough Conversations, Difficult Relationships, Conflict Management

Nobody likes conflict, but at some point, we all have to deal with it. Whether it’s a difficult conversation with a family member or a co-worker, conflict is an unavoidable part of life. However, when you work in the non-profit sector, conflict can have even greater implications. That’s why training employees to handle tough conversations is so important.

When employees understand how to resolve conflict, they can more effectively advocate for the organization’s mission. Additionally, they’re better able to build relationships with others, both inside and outside the organization.

Our training(s) face to face or via webinar on tough conversations and difficult relationships covers a wide range of topics, from how to safely communicate your needs to how to resolve conflict without damaging relationships.

The training also provides Strategies for handling conflict within a non-profit organization. Finally, the training will give participants tips on how to build and maintain difficult relationships. After attending this training webinar, participants will have the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively manage tough conversations, difficult relationships, and conflict within their non-profit organization.

While training employees on how to handle conflict may not be easy, it’s essential for any non-profit that wants to be successful. By teaching employees how to navigate difficult conversations, you can help your organization achieve its goals and make a lasting impact.

DISC and Personality Assessments

Personality assessments can be a useful tool for understanding yourself and others. By learning about your personality type, you can gain insights into your strengths and weaknesses and how you might best interact with others.

Personality assessments can also be helpful in the workplace, as they can give you a greater understanding of how you work best with others.

The DISC Personality Assessment is one of the most popular personality assessments used today. It measures four key areas of personality: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance.

By understanding your score in each of these areas, you can gain insights into your own personality and how you might best interact with others. 

Personality assessments can be a valuable tool for self-awareness and self-improvement and can help you to understand the people around you better it is for both individuals and organizations to understand themselves and others.