I am troubled by how little we learn from other people’s mistakes. Perhaps it is arrogance that leads us as individuals and leaders of organizations to think that we are smarter than others, we could never… But, truth is, the vast majority of us aren’t smarter than others, and we could do whatever.
There is no loss of stature or pride to say, “Oh, what a mistake that person/organization made. Let’s just take stock to make sure I/we am/are not risking making that same mistake.” The Read more
Why does the scrutiny always get focused on the charities instead of the funders? Are the latter immune from wrong-doing or questionable-doing? And I am sure in far too many circles, the mere fact that I’m suggesting that a funder might do wrong is blasphemous and minimally cause for tar and feathering. After all, look what happened to Rell Grrls when an employee tweeted about Comcast! But two different articles, read hours apart, just got me thinking.
Go get the nonprofit! The New Jersey Division of Read more