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Nonprofit Board Members Are Frustrated
Nonprofit Board Members Are Frustrated Sun, Jun 21, 2015 Board member performance is the subject of frequent frustration and criticism by nonprofit leaders. Read More

What do your supporters really want?
What do your supporters really want? Sat, May 16, 2015 Is your nonprofit one that assumes it knows the preferences of those who support your activities? If so, how certain are you that your assumptions are correct? 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

Is Your Nonprofit Heart Healthy?
Is Your Nonprofit Heart Healthy? Fri, Feb 13, 2015 The symptoms of my health scare were low energy and being constantly tired. The cause was an artery with 99 percent blockage. The correction was insertion of a stent. The results: amazing. This experience has helped me see the parallels between a hea... Read More

Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity
Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity Wed, Jul 30, 2014 Leaders are looking for new ideas and solutions to difficult challenges. However, identifying innovative answers can be challenging. Just telling an organization to solve its problems by thinking outside the box isn’t especially helpful. What does th... Read More

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