Strong nonprofit leadership will have the personality and characteristics to invoke and ensure a lifelong pursuit of doing more good.
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.
Derrick Feldmann weighs in on competition and partnerships in the nonprofit sector to reach new levels of success in achieving your mission.
Making the transition from for-profit to nonprofit as an employee takes a special, resilient individual, regardless of your clout on LinkedIn.
In this episode, we sat down with Robbe Healey to discuss the importance of making ethics in the nonprofit sector an everyday conversation.
A “mission moment” is a tiny, powerful example of how your organization is making an impact. Mission moments put a face on what you do. They are stories and examples that can be repeated by others because they are short and inspiring.
Leading a nonprofit can be one of the most challenging callings. Not only do nonprofit executive directors need to report to the board and staff, they also have responsibility for their mission which is usually not the one funding the organization. So nonprofit leaders have to figure out fundraising too.