Just as every person has a one-of-a-kind personality, every organization – from an international business to a grassroots nonprofit — has a brand. Rather than create a brand, pay attention to the brand your organization is already broadcasting to the public.
Three Questions Nonprofits Must Ask Corporate Sponsors
Strong partnerships are built through honest relationships and communications. In order to create this kind of relationship, nonprofits need to ask three questions of any potential funder before the relationship begins.
Professional Development, What is it Good For? Absolutely Everything.
By increasing professional development opportunities, the nonprofit sector can solve three critical challenges: societal image, employee retention and organizational strength. It’s a win-win.
Shared Services: A Model for Nonprofit Innovation and Collaboration
Collaboration can be beneficial, but each form of collaboration brings their own complexity and risks, time commitment and costs. An outside expert can help you think through the options and recommend solutions that have worked for other nonprofit organizations.
Raising a Generous Generation
By involving your children in your charitable decisions and actions, you can give them the desire, confidence and skills they will need to extend your family’s commitment to “doing good” and “giving back” well into the future.
Charitable Giving Seen As Subjective Decision Even In The Face Of Objective Information
If the goal is to further the effective-altruism movement and maximize welfare, providing more information may not be enough to change how people choose to spend their money on charities. The key may lie in altering how people think about charity altogether.
#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.
Valuing Your Volunteers
Recognizing your organization’s volunteers in a way that makes them feel valued and appreciated is more important than ever. Volunteer and program coordinators across the sector offer ways that they appreciate their volunteers.
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.