Board of Directors
Nonprofit consultant and lover of all things boards, we got to chat with Simone Joyaux about her key tips for building and maintaining a board of governance.
Even if your nonprofit has all volunteers and no staff, a board of directors is a must. We’ve compiled a list of essentials we think is pretty helpful.
It is often our natural tendency to avoid conflict at all costs, but having such a narrow-minded view of conflict is dangerous. Conflict is the only way to move past disagreements and come up with solutions and compromises.
Using nonprofit job boards to promote an opening at your organization? Check out these 5 strategies to find the right fit, minus the headaches.
Succession strategy planning needs to start today. It sounds intimidating but simply means creating a plan to choose the next generation of leadership.
I’ve volunteered for over ten nonprofit boards and I’ve learned that in order to have a successful board, you have to help your board help you.
Fundraising is a major necessity for most nonprofits, and you have to get your board on board with fundraising to achieve your mission.
The second part of our series on internal communications and nonprofit management with Marc Pitman is here and ready to go to work for your organization.
One of the most important assets in nonprofit leadership is a well-trained board. Because so many board members come from the for-profit world, leading a nonprofit organization can be confusing and they can get in the way of what the executive director is trying to do, without knowing they’re doing so.