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Measurement Matters for Nonprofits
Measurement Matters for Nonprofits Sun, Nov 17, 2019 Donors want impact. Volunteers want impact. Board members want impact. Employees want impact. Measurement generates intentional impact and doesn’t your cause deserve that? Here are some thoughts on how to count what matters most. Read More

What Are You Reading?
What Are You Reading? Mon, Feb 25, 2019 Anyone in a nonprofit leadership role is wise to seek out and read resources that will help them grow in knowledge, identify solutions and get creative! Check out the books I'm picking up this month. Read More

Make a Plan to Plan
Make a Plan to Plan Wed, Nov 28, 2018 Pre-planning provides a more organized approach that will make your activity more effective through efficient the use of time, which people will appreciate. Planning on the front end creates an intentional approach that stimulates enthusiasm among pa... Read More

Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid?
Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid? Mon, Nov 19, 2018 Nonprofits share many problems. Issues such as donor retention, volunteer turnover, and board member engagement are just a few that plague nonprofits on an ongoing basis. And, not by coincidence, nonprofits also share frustration because common appro... Read More

Do You Know Your Board Members?
Do You Know Your Board Members? Thu, Aug 30, 2018 Nonprofit leaders seeking to improve relationships with their board members can benefit from this common-sense wisdom that reminds us of the value of fostering relationships among board members. Read More

Nonprofits Must Adapt
Nonprofits Must Adapt Mon, Jun 25, 2018 Is your organization willing to honestly assess its performance, challenge current practices, and take action on changes needed for a sustainable future? Read More

Selecting and Developing Board Leadership: Choose Your Leaders Wisely
Selecting and Developing Board Leadership: Choose Your Leaders Wisely Thu, Jun 07, 2018 Can an organization with such a casual approach — picking leaders without much forethought — really be serious about achieving its stated purpose? Shouldn’t leadership selection be intentional instead of accidental? Read More

Want to Improve Board Performance? Take these Five Steps
Want to Improve Board Performance? Take these Five Steps Mon, Apr 24, 2017 Changing board performance culture is also much more complex than simply announcing to board members, “I declare a new culture!” A successful transformation takes time and a focused process. Here are five steps to make your board revitalization happe... Read More

Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process
Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process Mon, Feb 13, 2017 Do you have an effective process for recruiting board members? Take it from the pros: It's worth the effort to secure the right board members for the right job. It starts by refusing to settle for less than what your organization needs. Read More

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Articles You Selected as Most Popular Wed, Dec 28, 2016 You voted by your interest and dedicated reading of my blog, and the results are in! Check out my five most popular articles, and start the New Year off with focused strategies to help make your nonprofit more effective than ever before. Read More

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