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The Surprising Secret to Improving Employee Engagement

Note from Beth: In my own work on activating a culture of wellbeing, employee engagement is a key component to success. My colleagues, Maddie Grant and Jamie Notter, have just published a new book, “The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement (For Millennials, Boomers, and Everyone Else) which provides a wealth of practical information and strategies.

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Bullet Journaling for Nonprofit Professionals

Note from Beth:  At last year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference, I was lucky enough to join a “birds of a feather” lunch table.  The topic was bullet journaling and the table host was nonprofit tech colleague Ma’ayan Alexander.  I have found this productivity very useful in my own work and Ma’ayan was kind enough to write up this guest post for nonprofit professionals. 

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What Donors Want – Fundraising Advice Straight from the Donor’s Mouth

What Donors Want – Fundraising Advice Straight from the Donor’s Mouth – Guest Post by Rachel Stephenson Sheff

Major gift fundraising is an intuitive blend of art and science, with relationship-building at its core. In today’s global philanthropy landscape, the distance between donors and fundraisers is shrinking, with strategic partnerships on the rise and competition at its fiercest.… Read More

How to Brand Your Nonprofit To Scale Your Positive Impact

Note from Beth:   My colleague, Simon Mainwaring, has launched a new series of online courses “WeFirst Works”  that help you find your purpose – whether an individual, company, or nonprofit. 

How to Brand Your Nonprofit To Scale Your Positive ImpactGuest Post by Simon Mainwaring

Nonprofits do critical work in their communities and around the world and, in so doing, build the awareness of their brands to scale their impact.… Read More

An Open letter to Crowdfunding Companies from the California Association of Nonprofits

Note from Beth:  The crowdfunding industry has sponsored legislation in California to clarify what is legally permissible. The legislation signals the need for more responsible and ethical practices that support nonprofits, donors, and platforms.   CalNonprofits anticipates more state and federal policy efforts to emerge as this industry and these practices mature and has released this Open Letter to Crowdfunding Platforms.

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