ProSpeak

Recently, companies, nonprofits, schools, schools that are also nonprofits, consultants and educators have been caught in a windstorm of confusion over the implementation of Florida's Individual Freedom Act, aka Stop the Wrongs to Our Kids and Employees (WOKE) Act.

Because nonprofit leaders have a lot to manage, strategic planning often drops down on the priority list for nonprofits, but it doesn’t have to be this way. Here are four practical tips that will make your planning less stressful while also strengthening your leadership.

Nonprofit leaders are both cheerleaders and salespeople for their organizations. They draw on critical communication tools that will help build and nurture relationships that ultimately bring awareness and support to their causes. Here are some ways to do that.

In November, a new online artificial intelligence (AI) program called ChatGPT was released in a free test mode. It can hold a conversation, answer questions and create eerily accurate written statements. It reminded me of an old saying, “If you don’t want to be replaced by a robot, stop behaving like one.”

I want to share 10 pragmatic ways that nonprofit leaders can more effectively ask for and secure gifts that will fuel their missions.

More Blogs