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Articles You Selected as Most Popular
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

Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid?
Are Nonprofit Best Practices Stupid? Thu, Dec 01, 2016 Why continue to do what doesn't work? Evaluate your practices to see if they are producing positive outcomes. If they're not, change them. My speaker colleague Stephen Shapiro has insight how to do just that. Read More

Improve Communication to Improve Board Performance
Improve Communication to Improve Board Performance Tue, Oct 11, 2016 Nonprofit leaders seeking to improve board member performance can start by focusing on being good communicators. According to board members participating in my research, lack of good communication often creates many of the issues affecting board and ... Read More

Change Your Approach to Board Engagement
Change Your Approach to Board Engagement Wed, Aug 31, 2016 Are you experiencing a lack of engagement by your board members? In fact, it's a topic all my nonprofit and association friends can relate to. Consider that a new solution is needed and strategic steps are required to turn the tide and shift the mome... Read More

Preparation: Not Just for Olympians
Preparation: Not Just for Olympians Tue, Aug 16, 2016 Do not fall short. Avoid the consequences that could come from not being prepared for your challenges. Read More

Rethink Board Engagement
Rethink Board Engagement Wed, Jun 29, 2016 Clarifying expectations and improving communications during recruitment are two methods to help ensure board member accountability. Read More

Nonprofits, Think Like the Cows
Nonprofits, Think Like the Cows Mon, May 30, 2016 Whether it’s clients, members, board members, volunteers, donors, or sponsors, who is it you need to think more like? Read More

Is Nonprofit Planning an Oxymoron?
Is Nonprofit Planning an Oxymoron? Mon, May 30, 2016 Audiences of nonprofit leaders indicate that few of them engage in strategic planning, yet they know the benefits. Why? It's a puzzling situation. My own experience that planning is a mission tool in the nonprofit tool box and its reinforced by two s... Read More

Implementing Change for Nonprofits
Implementing Change for Nonprofits Sat, Apr 30, 2016 Nonprofit leaders recognize that new solutions are needed to address the nonprofit sector’s evolving challenges. Read More

Why Nonprofit Board Prospects Say Yes
Why Nonprofit Board Prospects Say Yes Tue, Apr 05, 2016 When it comes to attracting new, quality board members, knowing up front what brings them to YES will save valuable time. Read More

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