Here’s a new year’s resolution that doesn’t show up on the routine list of working out more, spending less , being a better person. But it should be one of the ones that you don’t break—ever.
Everyone must adopt a code of ethics and live by it, no ifs, ands or buts. I’m almost embarrassed to be writing this, to be suggesting that people in the nonprofit sector don’t routinely operate from an ethical base. After all, we are supposed to be the “good guys,” the Read more
It seems like such a platitude to start out the new year with a blog about new year’s resolutions. So, I’m putting out a suggestion, planting a seed for folks to consider. And that is this: get over yourself! You are only hurting your organization and the client base you profess to want to serve. No exaggeration, but conservatively, 80% of nonprofits we work tell us they are unique. Their challenges are unique, their situation unique, their issues unique, etc. “It is hard for us Read more