The difference in time spent in the office leads to concerns ranging from decreased career mobility for those who spend less facetime with their supervisor to resentment building up against the staff who have the most flexibility in where to work. So why haven’t nonprofit leaders addressed proximity bias earlier?
Negotiators, even professional ones, make surprisingly many wrong decisions that doom negotiations that should have succeeded. Fortunately, recent research in these fields shows how you can use pragmatic strategies to address these dangerous judgment errors...
Using empathy your organization’s stakeholders can pave the way to increased productivity and a stronger bottom line.
Stakeholder engagement is one of the more critical aspects of leadership.
Anchoring causes us to focus on initial information we’ve received, even if it is erroneous.
Are you prepared as a nonprofit leader for the possibility of a disastrous result for the U.S. Presidential election?
Nonprofit boards of directors can pose a serious threat to the mental health and potential for burnout of nonprofit employees.
So many nonprofit organizations are shifting their employees to working from home to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the CDC, COVID-19, or better known as the coronavirus, will develop into a widespread pandemic.
Did you know that the typical five-year strategic planning forecasts perform about as well as dart-throwing chimpanzees?
In this time of year-end fundraising campaigns, it's especially likely that professional colleagues might let slip that they are denying reality. It happens more often than you might think...