Have you thought about starting a nonprofit? Are you a nonprofit founder? Do you work in a nonprofit currently, or have you in the past? Lots of folks ponder starting a nonprofit at some point. Many of these well-intentioned folks even think that running a nonprofit...
Effective Communication Between the Executive Director and Board Nonprofit leadership can be confusing and messy! So how can the Executive Director and Board of Directors overcome differences and work together to ACHIEVE the organization’s goals? Before we dive into...
The best leaders understand that two things must happen simultaneously to sustain a nonprofit- SAVING money and RAISING money.
If your conversation does not achieve real consensus, it is impossible to get the buy-in, you will need to ensure the successful implementation and delivery of your proposed program or project! So how exactly can you do that?
Whether you serve a nonprofit as a development director, executive director, board member, or staff… “strategic planning” has probably come up in your conversations.
If there is one thing that can be universally agreed upon by nonprofit organizations, it would be this: raising money is hard.
One might think any business would have policies that protect in place around harassment in general, but this is not the case.
Succession planning should be an intentional conversation with a specific plan for the leadership of any business.
[Sustainability] – the ability to be maintained at a certain rate or level. Let’s talk about it in relation to your organization.
No one wants to believe that someone in their circle could possibly steal from the mission.
How many times have we known a manager who was not an effective Leader?
If you are in the nonprofit world, chances are you have been affected by Founder’s Syndrome.