Here are the questions that we will be discussing on #Grantchat this upcoming Tuesday, June 10th about “Grant Pro Secret Power: Pre-Planning for Grants.”
Q1: What does pre-planning mean to *you*? #grantchat
Q2: What do you think pre-planning means to your colleagues/clients?#grantchat
Q3: What percentage of grants that you work on meet your definition of pre-planning? Does it needs to be higher?#grantchat
Q4: What is the barrier to having more of your grant applications meet your definition of pre-planning?#grantchat
Q5: What are the biggest benefits for you when conducting pre-planning for your applications? #grantchat
Q6: What application pitfalls have you experienced that likely would have been avoided with pre-planning? #grantchat
Q7: What is your standard plan for how you approach the application process for grant opportunities? #grantchat
Q8: What strategies or tools are your secret weapon for engaging your colleagues in pre-planning? #grantchat
Q9: How do you transition the team from planning mode to keep it focused and get it on paper application mode? #grantchat
Q10: How has your approach to pre-planning changed during your career as a grant professional so far? #grantchat
Are you looking to do a little pre-reading about pre-planning for grants in advance of Tuesday’s chat? Check out the post from Rena Beyer, of Grant Specialist USA and team member of DH Leonard Consulting, about the key roles to fill in a pre-planning team for her K-12 focused “Class Is In Session” series.
Looking forward to having you join @dianehleonard and @jm_grants for #grantchat on Tuesday, June 3rd at 12pm ET. Be sure to follow @grant_chat on Twitter and use #grantchat to watch and participate in the chat.