#RelationshipGoals: How to Build a Great Board/Executive Director Partnership
The ED is the public face of your organization. The right one will get your board, staff, and volunteers revved up about what you do and how you contribute to the greater good.
Beyond the Mission: Instrumental Values of Nonprofit Organizations
The more we understand and apply instrumental values, the more effective nonprofit leadership will be.
A Study of Interim Leadership in Nonprofits
An interim leader can prove to be an essential advocate beyond managing the financial and moral stability and health of a nonprofit during an executive leadership transition.
Implementing the New Financial Reporting Standards
Moss Adams' Melissa Harman and Elizabeth Dollar offer insights to help your organization address the new financial reporting requirements.
Identifying and Overcoming Common Nonprofit Challenges
The BDO Institute for Nonprofit Excellence’s 2018 benchmarking survey, Nonprofit Standards, shows upper-midrange nonprofits face greater challenges than peers. Laurie De Armond and Adam Cole share key findings from the report.
On the Road to a Livable Wage
Within the sector we can become so focused on serving our various communities that we forget the people passionate about the mission also need to be able to afford access to affordable health benefits, basic necessities, and stable housing for their families.
Doing it Right: Key Tips for Not-for-Profit Ownership Transitions
In order for a not-for-profit organization to achieve minimal interruption to its ongoing mission upon retirement of a founder or senior executive, a proactive and engaged board of directors is required.
Placemaking Through the Performing Arts: A New England Example
Placemaking is a place where “strategic links,” partnerships and creativity come together through performing arts. It’s often a catalyst that opens hearts, minds and doors to social change.
How Nonprofits Can Incorporate Entrepreneurship into Their Work
Being an entrepreneur or intrapreneur isn’t just about using commercial marketing techniques. It’s about creating a culture where people can take risks, learn from their mistakes, and respond quickly to changes in the marketplace.
Millennials are Finding Their Place in the Nonprofit Workforce
Conferences that promote interactions among people of all experience levels can show that there are various nonprofit opportunities available to millennials just entering the workforce in many specializations from communications to program planning to data strategy.