SHEIKH/Impact's strengths-based organizational development services are designed to
meet nonprofits where they are — and support them in building the competencies they
need to achieve lasting impact. From strategy to implementation to evaluation, we help
Our team of experienced professionals fosters strong and meaningful relationships with nonprofit clients. In addition to strategic planning and counsel — and even as planning
takes place — we are adept at rolling up our sleeves to tackle detail-oriented projects,
both large and small. And, drawing on our depth of knowledge, our services evolve over
time, in keeping with each client's emerging needs.
“Amber and her team were a valuable resource in helping Represent Justice build a culture of philanthropy for our next phase as an organization. She was able to quickly get up to speed on how we deliver and measure impact, and helping us to translate our theory of changing the justice system through storytelling to a wide variety of funders and supporters. From strategic planning to impact reporting, I'm grateful for the team's efforts in assisting Represent Justice on our path to sustainability.”
- Daniel Forkkio, CEO, Represent Justice
We help client organizations evaluate their strengths and challenges and develop robust, multifaceted strategic plans, focused on achieving measurable, mission-driven results.
Collaborating closely with internal staff, and utilizing trademarked tools including our Budget-driven Program Design™, we help clients develop best-practice programs and meaningful evaluation methodologies.
We provide critical assistance for organizations experiencing transition among their fund development staff or executive leadership. Our anything-it-takes approach — along with the important institutional knowledge we bring to our long-term clients — helps minimize the impact of such transitions.
By identifying board and staff training needs and developing customized, strengths-based educational and coaching programs, we help clients build competencies for long-term success.