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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

How to Achieve Volunteer Engagement
How to Achieve Volunteer Engagement Thu, Jan 31, 2019 Recruiting, retaining, and leading volunteers can be a challenge. In her book "From LIbrary Volunteer to Library Advocate," Carla Campbell Lehn delivers a well-defined case for rethinking how volunteers are engaged and provides guidance for implement... 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

Is Your Nonprofit Due for a Makeover?
Is Your Nonprofit Due for a Makeover? Mon, Sep 17, 2018 Publix isn't standing still. They are constantly looking for ways to improve. Is it time for your nonprofit to consider a makeover? Here is a seven-question 'points of difference' checklist to stimulate your thinking. Read More

Hall of Fame Leadership Lessons
Hall of Fame Leadership Lessons Wed, Aug 29, 2018 Would you like to reach Hall of Fame level of success? Then you will want to follow the right path. In my life I have been lucky enough to receive invaluable leadership lessons from personal and professional relationships with five individuals who ha... Read More

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

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