The Management Assessment Process (MAP) looks at all the key areas of your operations and gives you an objective assessment of where you are and where you need to be going.
“Planned giving is often the one thing on the development officer’s “”to do”” list that never seems to get checked off. With the downturn in the economy, donors are looking for different ways to support their favorite charities with assets other than their dwindling bank accounts. This meshes perfectly with the need for nonprofits to.
Nonprofits have been utilizing video as a communication tool for decades to tell visual stories. With the explosion of social media and advances in technology, organizations today are strengthening their online content strategies, and video seems to be everywhere. But just because you can post something instantly on YouTube, Twitter or other sites, doesn’t mean.
This course helps you take all the skills you’ve acquired – whether as a student in The Nonprofit Center’s Certificate in Fundraising program or as a development professional – and put them in context to create an integrated development strategy. Participants will be able to apply lessons learned in ways that are immediately actionable so.
“Your skills and experience have prepared you to serve as an executive director or board leader with skills and experience in your field. But education and experience don’t necessarily prepare us for the specific demands of leadership. How well do you know your own leadership style? Are you democratic, paternalistic, a delegator, an autocrat, a.
No nonprofit operates in a risk-free environment and risk threatens your ability to accomplish your mission. But with risk management, you can use sound financial policies to exert control over these uncertainties and potential threats. By implementing proven procedures you can be confident in your organizations • Internal controls • Fraud prevention processes • Insurance.
I have to start with the ugly, as it appalls me that here we are in 2014 and white supremacists still use their ignorance to wreak havoc and presidents still need to push equal pay legislation, while … Read more
There is a word that I have come to really dislike: monetize—to “put into circulation as money.” People love to talk about monetizing and this concept of monetizing everything is showing up … Read more
Ethics, smethics (yes, I’ve blogged about this before). Increasingly, and sadly, that appears to be what the nonprofit sector thinks of ethics. Something to rhyme with, but nothing to take serio… Read more