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But it’s not even Thanksgiving Yet – The Two Most Important Things you Need to Do Before Year-end

With Halloween just passed, and Thanksgiving right around the corner, Christmas decorations now fill retail shelves.  This must mean only one thing for nonprofits – the end of the year is upon us. Now is the time to start planning … Continue reading

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Do you have the 3 “P’s of an enlightened organization?

Fortune Magazine annually publishes a list of the best companies to work for in the United States. In 2013, eleven of the top 100 companies were nonprofits. Of these eleven companies, nine were health related organizations and one was a … Continue reading

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Are Your Volunteers Happy? Three Essential Strategies to Increase Your Volunteer Corps

Many years ago, while still a young and developing Executive Director, my President and I were dealing with a complex and particularly challenging legal issue. Over the course of several days and weeks we had to have multiple conversations with … Continue reading

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Do you know where your Development Director is right now?

Chances are pretty good that while you are reading this blog, your development director or one of your key development staff is probably either out looking for a job, or actively being recruited for one. According to a new study, … Continue reading

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Today we have a leader. Tomorrow…..? Now What?

I don’t know if it was a cold and chilly day or a warm, sunny day. I just know that at this particular school it was probably just like any other day. Kids walking (probably running) through the hallways, teachers … Continue reading

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