Nonprofits and corporations alike have a lot to learn from the Philadelphia Eagles from the way they’re transforming philanthropy in sports.
Strong nonprofit leadership will have the personality and characteristics to invoke and ensure a lifelong pursuit of doing more good.
Succession strategy planning needs to start today. It sounds intimidating but simply means creating a plan to choose the next generation of leadership.
“Those of us working in nonprofit organizations need to take our eyes off of overhead ratios and put [our focus] far out into the sky and look at our dreams for impact.”
More than ever, program sustainability is a concern for nonprofits and the grantmaking organizations that fund them. It’s been estimated that up to 40% of all new social programs do not last long beyond their initial funding.
Storytelling is a major buzzword among blogs and thought leaders around the sector. Lori Jacobwith explains how to go deeper and tell our mission moments.
Imagine your executive director takes a new job tomorrow. Now what? Without succession planning, your organization goes into full-on crisis mode.