Leadership isn't easy. Today's nonprofit leaders are accountable for their teams and their organization. But, because of our fast-moving digital world, working as an organization requires new thinking, habits, and fresh minds at all levels.
Today’s giving climate is competitive. It’s up to you to give your donors a reason to choose your nonprofit over another.
The older generations make sense for high-level gifts. It’s time for a strategy update if you’re struggling to attract them.
Here are five critical steps you can take to ensure your team achieves transformation in behavior.
The reality is that with more than 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S., there's a lot of duplication. And donors are more selective, which means you must work twice as hard to give them a reason to provide you with their hard-earned money. Let’s explore six reasons why it’s time to close your nonprofit.
Customer data platforms are changing how organizations do business worldwide rapidly. Nonprofits need to keep up with these changes and take action to stay competitive. Why? We’re nearing the end of cookie tracking.
I know what you're thinking: "My team isn't broken. Thank you very much." You may be surprised to hear that it doesn't matter if your team is functioning well or not; everybody could benefit from a bit of team building.
There's a lot of talk about artificial intelligence, technology, machine learning and artificial general intelligence. Hopefully, you're paying some attention. If you don't, then you might just be the person whose job gets taken over by AI. So, should you be worried?
Inevitably, new generations and ways of doing things are fundamentally changing how we view the idea of philanthropy. Corporations want to stay relevant for their image and the bottom line. As a result, they see how the wind's blowing and are exploring going beyond simply writing checks to nonprofits.
Leaders are supposed to be courageous, bold and willing to take risks. But what happens when the risk is in an area where you feel vulnerable? Despite our best efforts to stay current with technology, many leaders still feel suspicious. Here are some reasons why being afraid of technology is not leadership.
Today's nonprofit leaders can no longer rely on a fixed set of circumstances, which means the world changes — sometimes dramatically — from day to day.
Should the next generation go into the nonprofit industry to make a social impact? Or, are there ample opportunities within corporations, social enterprises, and developing small business and actively engaging in philanthropy for the next generations?
By relying on tools at your disposal and tapping into new and accessible resources, you can launch all kinds of quick fundraisers to promote online campaigns. Here are four creative online fundraising tips that could help you make the most of your virtual fundraising ideas.
It’s easy to dismiss the idea that leadership doesn’t matter. Someway, somehow, things will just turn out the way they’re supposed to happen. However, leadership — particularly high-quality leadership — matters now more than ever for the nonprofit sector. Therefore, it's vital for nonprofit leaders also to have these five competencies.
Building a multi-faceted board can help your nonprofit organization make better decisions, diversify its supporter base and better serve the community. While everyone understands the need for diversification, many nonprofit professionals and board members don’t know where to begin...