Sep 11, 2017
How to Manage Rapid Growth
When you’re successful, you still need to adapt and change. St. Baldrick's Foundation's Kathleen Ruddy shares lessons learned from managing rapid growth.
Sep 11, 2017
Self-Care: The Magic Solution to Combating Burnout?
Self-care is not a fad sweeping the nation, but a theory that has the ability to increase the endurance of nonprofit practitioners. It is a valuable and necessary part of the nonprofit sector and has the ability to create organizations that are more determined and more successful in serving the wider world.
Aug 28, 2017
When Cultivating Positive Relationships, Don’t Forget Your Auditor
Auditing is always a stressful time for nonprofit employees and board members, but if you strive for an open, communicative relationship with your CPA, you just might find a lasting ally dedicated to ensuring your organization’s mission is achieved.
Aug 28, 2017 | NC State News
Reduced Performance Triggers Turnover for Nonprofit Executives
The nonprofit sector has been critiqued as not holding its executives accountable, even when they are underperforming. But a new study out of NC State University finds nonprofit organizations that have declining expenditures – an indication of reduced operations – are more likely to seek new leadership.
Aug 28, 2017
Become More Energy-Savvy to Save Money
Maximizing your energy savings can take time, however, the changes you make today can benefit your bottom line for years to come.
Aug 14, 2017
Support for Leadership Development in the Nonprofit Sector
Supporting and investing in leadership development in the nonprofit sector can provide employees with essential tools and soft skills for potential succession into leadership.
Aug 7, 2017
Corporate Social Responsibility Provides Benefits to All Involved
With countless worthy organizations in need of an ally, what criteria should be in place, where does the relationship start and what should be the mutually agreed upon goal? Chiesi USA explains their approach to corporate social responsibility.
Jul 31, 2017
How much is enough? The Self-Sufficiency Standard calculates the true cost of meeting basic needs
Many families earning more than the Federal Poverty Level don’t earn enough to make ends meet on a daily basis. The Self-Sufficiency Standard is a tool that can be used to educate communities about this reality and help put working families on the road to financial stability.
Jul 17, 2017
Eight Books Every Nonprofit Leader Should Have in their Queue
Comparing the world of public relations to that of a nonprofit may seem illogical—like apples to oranges. But with closer examination you can identify similarities, core pillars of success, that frankly resonate across any industry or situation you may find yourself in throughout the course of a career—leadership, communication and self-awareness.
Jul 10, 2017
The Nonprofit in the Mirror: Truths to Unlock Your Growth Potential
How can your nonprofit define (or redefine) your brand, secure valuable face time with key donors, and remain relevant in an ever changing nonprofit, political, economic, and social environment? Risha Bailey offers four takeaways that will help you explore ways to scale for growth in the years to come.