C. Forbes Sargent discusses the building and retention of a board of directors that will allow a nonprofit to be successful in all economic conditions.
How do you go about creating a strengths-based team? The first task is to decide what kind of a team you are: independent or interdependent?
Angela Spranger discusses controlling words and actions to prevent employees and clients from feeling threatened.
Hyrum Smith describes his Abundance Mentality, that what you have above what you need should be used to do something that matters.
Hugh Ballou discusses the importance of managing diversity in personalities, skills, perspectives, and framing in creating a harmonious successful organization.
Leverage Small Business Saturday and Giving Tuesday to increase the visibility of your nonprofit, and attract more donors and volunteers.
When we provide a safe space for one another, encourage one another, and find space to collaborate, we create community or, better yet, Ubuntu.
Second Chance, like a lot of organizations, started with an individual who had a less-than-positive experience. This individual had the addiction disease and came very close to taking his own life.
The Jackie Robinson Foundation provides a multi-faceted experience designed to not only address the financial needs of minority students
The key to engaging members and constituents is through building a private community that gives an organization both control and room to grow