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In Praise of Small Events

Many of the people and organizations I talk to about development strategy think that fundraising is all about big events like walks, runs, and galas.  They do not seem to realize that these things take a great amount of time, manpower, and money, so the net returns are not as great as many would assume.   724 more words


Does the Nonprofit CEO Need to Go?

Does the Nonprofit CEO Need to Go?

By: Eugene Fram

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Recognizing and acknowledging that the current CEO is no longer helpful to the nonprofit organization is never easy to come by. 766 more words

Board Diversity Impacts ROI

It’s hard to find an organization today that’s not focused on, or at least giving lip service to, diversity. But have you ever considered the… 557 more words


The Recipe for Building an Effective Nonprofit Board of Directors

When starting, working with or being part of a nonprofit, there are many “recipes” for how you determine success.  You may look at effective programming, strategic planning, fundraising and development but you can’t achieve any of that without one main ingredient and that is making sure that you have an effective nonprofit board of directors. 865 more words

Career Development

Want a seat on a board? Rewrite your resume

Dear Annie: As executive vice president of human resources at a midsize manufacturing company, I’ve served on a few local volunteer organizations’ boards of directors, plus one national nonprofit board. 999 more words


"Seven Warning Signs That Something May Not Be Right in Your Nonprofit"

Mike Burns, a partner at BWB Solutions (Branford, CT) and a partner at The Konterra Group (Washington, D.C.) wrote an excellent article published on his blog,  424 more words

Employer Relations