If you lead your staff through the eyes of a coach, you will have greater empathy. Place yourself in your employee’s shoes.
F. Duke Haddad
I feel it is important to understand basic concepts I have learned over time.
We are now in a new year. Do we sit back, relax and be reactive? Or do we constantly evaluate our organization and seek improvements?
Strive to make 2020 a launching pad for long-term success. We should strive to make our jobs incorporate the best experience possible.
I cannot believe another year has come and gone. I looked at the calendar and noticed the opportunity to write one more article.
Volunteer engagement is a two-way street. Treat the volunteers like you would like to be treated.
Do you have 2020 vision? If not, seek to understand what forces could affect you next year in your nonprofit role and adjust accordingly. Many complex factors are at work, so be prepared for multiple possible scenarios.
Many organizations will take advantage of the spirit of Giving Tuesday to seek prospect and donor contacts. Do not let your foot off of the gas pedal. There will be time to rest after the holidays.
All of us spend a nonprofit life with process, and we are constantly churning to achieve results.
The importance of recruiting volunteers has never been greater. It is a nonprofit’s most natural resource.
As a nonprofit leader of development staff, your job is to make your organization a place where others would like to work.
When you immerse yourself into the fundraising world, you play many roles.
Do you employ ROI in your special events? Sadly, many organizations hold the same events each year and celebrate their gross revenue.
Nonprofits should be proactive and not reactive with remote employees.
All of us should constantly provide acts of kindness and share the concept of pay it forward with others.