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Researching for Nonprofit Board Prospects
Researching for Nonprofit Board Prospects Fri, Dec 18, 2015 Recruiting the right board members is critical to a nonprofit’s success. However finding prospects who are a good match is difficult for many organizations. Read More

Pixar Animation: Model for Nonprofit Collaboration
Pixar Animation: Model for Nonprofit Collaboration Thu, Dec 03, 2015 Nonprofit leaders know that collaboration can be beneficial. When they decide to form a cooperative working relationship with another organization (or other organizations), they can discover extraordinary innovations to conquer shared challenges. Read More

Nonprofit Caregivers Need Help, Too
Nonprofit Caregivers Need Help, Too Fri, Oct 30, 2015 Every day dedicated nonprofit professionals are working to help those who have suffered misfortune, aiding victims in need of care, and finding solutions to someone else’s problems. Read More

Don’t Delegate and Forget
Don’t Delegate and Forget Wed, Sep 30, 2015 Volunteers who sign up for involvement in a nonprofit or an association are anticipating a positive experience. Read More

Do Your Volunteers Feel Appreciated?
Do Your Volunteers Feel Appreciated? Sun, Apr 26, 2015 Individuals’ reactions to recognition of their volunteer activity depends on characteristics associated with their personality types. Different personalities naturally respond in different ways. Therefore, depending on the individual, your attempt t... Read More

Got Difficult Nonprofit Board Members?
Got Difficult Nonprofit Board Members? Thu, Oct 30, 2014 Recognizing the difference between difficult and different can be a tremendous benefit for your organization. Follow these tips to help make the different board member a valuable part of your board. Read More

Golden Rule for Nonprofit Leaders
Golden Rule for Nonprofit Leaders Tue, Sep 30, 2014 In addition to being tasked with providing leadership during a time of major change, you are also confronted with the demands of delivering results in a difficult economy. These two circumstances can cause a lot of frustration. Read More

Is Volunteer Leadership a Joke?
Is Volunteer Leadership a Joke? Sat, Aug 30, 2014 Every position should have a job description as well as performance expectation. Have an honest conversation about expectations and amount of time required. Make sure each individual is comfortable about the task at hand, and is satisfied that he or... Read More

Preventing Meddling Board Members
Preventing Meddling Board Members Wed, Jun 25, 2014 Properly vetting board candidates up front to determine if they will be a good fit will help prevent involvement issues later. Read More

Is Customer Service Important to Nonprofits?
Is Customer Service Important to Nonprofits? Wed, May 28, 2014 Nonprofits are facing increasingly difficult circumstances influencing their ability to achieve their mission. They can benefit from several important lessons identified during my observations at Paschal’s and my follow-up conversation with the regio... Read More

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