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Take out the Trash
Take out the Trash Mon, Jul 23, 2018 Are you asking or telling your volunteers what to do? They are, after all, volunteers. 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

Be A Leader Who Listens
Be A Leader Who Listens Wed, May 30, 2018 Learning to listen can make good leaders into great leaders. Learning to listen enables not-so-successful leaders to turn negative results into positive ones. When we learn to bring out the best in others, we can develop the skills for success in lea... Read More

Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity
Create a Culture of Nonprofit Creativity Mon, Apr 30, 2018 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

Be Intentional with Board Solicitation
Be Intentional with Board Solicitation Tue, Apr 03, 2018 How does your organization communicate its opportunities for leadership nominations? The recruitment process must be intentional. Look to these examples for inspiration. Read More

Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process
Recruit Board Members with Purpose and Process Tue, Feb 27, 2018 Nonprofits have long been challenged by unmet expectations in board member engagement and performance. Whatever the challenges, they can be effectively and proactively addressed by starting with an honest evaluation of your current board recruitment ... Read More

Give Donors Red-Carpet Treatment
Give Donors Red-Carpet Treatment Mon, Jan 29, 2018 How would donors react if they felt like they received red-carpet treatment from your nonprofit? Would the outstanding customer service associated with such attention to detail and relationship building translate to increased donor engagement? Could ... Read More

Save Your Donors
Save Your Donors Mon, Nov 27, 2017 Is it possible nonprofits have grown accustomed to poor donor retention rates? Or is the situation just too overwhelming? 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

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