When nonprofit board members feel dissatisfied, they often resign. They’re less likely to do that when there is communication about common objectives. There’s less wasted time and resources when expectations are met.
A sudden leadership transition can leave a nonprofit scrambling to survive. Don’t leave your mission to chance — plan for the future today.
In today’s changing world, adding organizational values into the Matrix Map is crucial for nonprofits to demonstrate the impact of funding.
Remote work is the new normal. Be sure your nonprofit’s managers and executives are equipped to successfully lead remote and hybrid work teams.
Getting feedback from those that you serve — and not assuming you know what they need — can help your nonprofit serve your community.
Adopting collective leadership can help your nonprofit create a more inclusive, efficient, and flexible organizational structure.
Six core principles, drawn from STEM education, can help new nonprofits assemble a diverse team, raise funds successfully, and learn to use the gathered resources for strategic growth.
With endowments, let’s rethink ‘forever’ and explore new, flexible ways to ensure your nonprofit organization’s longevity and effectiveness.
How nonprofits can overcome the complex legislative landscape to effectively lobby and pass laws that serve their communities.
To fight the battle against hunger, nonprofits can advocate for meaningful change in our societal structures.