Culture building a bit of an enigma at any business. As a nonprofit, culture building is daunting and confusing, not to mention, seemingly costly. Beth Kanter debunks culture myths and equips us with the tools to build a happy and healthy nonprofit culture.
If you’re a workaholic, remembering to make quality time for yourself can be hard, but balancing work and personal life can make you more successful.
Achieve and The Case Foundation just released their 2016 Millennial Impact Report. What do millennial trends mean for your nonprofit?
Some people think they know what culture is, but many of them are wrong. Let’s set the record straight on the common misconceptions about nonprofit culture.
When trying to decide if the nonprofit sector is right for you, there are a lot of factors to consider. Here we’ll dissect culture.
It would seem like taking time off would kill your productivity, but a recent study showed that over 60% of people who took 11 or more vacation days off got a raise in the last three years, versus the less than 30% who didn’t.
While perks are one piece of putting together a culture for your organization, there’s more that goes into crafting the perfect nonprofit culture.
Culture isn’t just for startups and businesses; it’s a fundamental part of every nonprofit’s DNA. Your nonprofit culture helps to define your brand.