Measuring Success Beyond the Grant: Question Preview for 7/8

Measuring Success Beyond the Grant

This week we are chatting about measuring success! Our roles as Grants Professionals are complicated. Furthermore, grant applications are becoming more complicated and there are more applicants competing for fewer funds. Case in point, the NIH just reported a historic low in application success. Overall, grant application success rates are declining. How do we, as Grant Professionals, measure our success? How do we set realistic expectations for our clients, Boards, bosses, programs and partners? It is going to be an informative and lively discussion. Please join us Tuesday, July 8 at Noon E.T.

 

Q1: Grant award average success rate is estimated to be around 17% – why do you think it is that low? #grantchat

Q2: How does your employer/client judge your success – based upon award percent and or other measure? #grantchat

Q3: Are you given opportunities to give input on your performance goals? If so, how? #grantchat

Q4: How do funder relationships fit into your role/performance within your organization? #grantchat

Q5: How does prospect research, collaboration building and partner development fit into your role/goals? #grantchat

Q6: How have performance standards for grant professionals changed – over time and or within your organization? #grantchat

Q7: Are your performance goals clear, reasonable, and attainable? Why or why not? #grantchat

Q8: Beyond ‘writing’ grant narratives, how do you contribute to your organization/client as a Grant Professional? #grantchat

Q9: What is your greatest challenge when telling your boss/potential employer/client what it is that you do? #grantchat

Q10: Please share other tips to set realistic performance goals and recognize success beyond grant awards #grantchat

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