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If you want to make your organization a healthy space for all and overcome biases and prejudices, you have to do the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work. It’s that simple.
Remote work is the new normal. Be sure your nonprofit’s managers and executives are equipped to successfully lead remote and hybrid work teams.
Adopting collective leadership can help your nonprofit create a more inclusive, efficient, and flexible organizational structure.
Why nonprofits that embrace a consensus-based decision model can enhance services, adapt to change, and make a lasting impact.
Learn about what makes a good talent management strategy and how investing in learning and development helps organizations fill their leadership pipeline.
To understand how resignation trends impacted nonprofits, sector leaders must look below the headline figures to understand employee motivations.
It can be difficult to know how to support employees who are grieving or experiencing grief as the result of a loved one dying. Done insensitively and without forethought and training, managers and colleagues can come across as uncaring and even complicit in a conspiracy of silence that deprives people of the support that work can offer in times of mourning.
In this edition of Blue Avocado’s Ask Rita column, we answer a reader’s question about how to handle termination of employment at their nonprofit properly and with due regard for all concerned.
Have you ever been too tired to function or experienced the sensation of being hangry? When our basic needs are unmet, we cannot perform at our best. This is also true of our nonprofits, and without the right tools and understanding, the problem can go undiagnosed and unresolved. Understanding the sensory funnel can help nonprofits better take care of their employees and volunteers.
What happens if an employee who is filling in for another employee out on FMLA turns out to be better in the position? What are our options?