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Regenerative thinking is an ideal approach to reorient our perspective from ‘What’s in it for me’ to asking ‘How can we all benefit?’
Egg, Omelet, or Frying Pan: Exploring the Relationship between Business & Altruism in the Independent Sector
By categorizing charitable organizations as altruistic business enterprises, the embodiment of both entrepreneurial spirit and passion for mission, the value these organizations offer becomes self-evident and perhaps more clearly recognized outside of the sector.
Many nonprofit leaders don’t know that lobbying is 100% legal for nonprofits. Here are four steps nonprofits can take now to get smarter about lobbying: accept the importance of lobbying, get the facts, meet with officials, and join a trade association.
By learning key lessons from the pandemic – covering agility, finances, people, impact, and fundraising – nonprofits can move from transition to transformation and strengthen their organizations.
Everyone wants to innovate, but few of us have the time and energy. But what if there was a way to add value despite limited resources?
The work you do now to plan for executive succession could mean the difference between whether your organization withers or thrives later.
Nature teaches us that fruit is naturally reproduced through the seeds of more fruit within itself. Those seeds continue to reproduce more fruit trees which produce more seeds—on and on the cycle of natural reproduction goes.
Do what works best to advance the mission statement of your nonprofit. At the end of the day, the juice has to be worth the squeeze.
Do your employees know when they are doing a good job? If you were to ask your team what the most important thing the organization needs to accomplish this year, would you get consistent answers? When your organization’s managers write performance revi …
Are you a dog or a cat person? I don’t mean your preference for a pet. If you show up to a meeting barking and clawing to make your point, you might be a dog person. If you lay back during the decision-making process but circle back to pee on outcomes …