Brian Sooy – Clarifying Your Cause Will Shape Your Manifesto

– Brian Sooy   Every day, worldwide, meaningful causes are trying harder than ever to get noticed, to rise above the noise, inspire change, motivate action, and speak with one voice. Before that can happen, you and your organization have to clarify who you are and what you do. At Aespire, we call this the…

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Devin Thorpe – How Values Relate to Fundraising

– Devin Thorpe   Your fundraising may be tied more closely to your organizational values than you realize. Your donors don’t learn your values from your website or your mailings; instead, they learn your values from your actions. All organizations, but especially nonprofits, must own and demonstrate certain universal values. These fundamental values revolve around…

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David Gruder

David Gruder – Nonprofits and Business Psychology Training

– Dr. David Gruder, Business Psychologist   Why Nonprofits Can’t Afford to Deprive Themselves of Business Psychology Training Leaders and their organizations inadvertently build nonprofits at the level of their psychological limitations, despite their highest mission and goals. This unfortunate reality is true whether a business is for-profit or nonprofit. It’s true whether a nonprofit…

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Cheryl Snapp Conner – Communicating Social Responsibility Goals

– Cheryl Snapp Conner   In case you haven’t noticed yet, social responsibility is good for business in a number of ways. It’s no longer a choice of 1) doing good, or 2) good for business. In an increasing number of arenas, these two goals are one and the same. Consider the following:   Millennials…

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