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A Few More Tips for Nonprofit Professionals To Avoid Getting Overwhelmed

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This year, I was really looking forward to taking a holiday break and not feel stressed about deadlines, tasks, or the never ending parade of meeting requests and emails.   I’m overwhelmed getting back into the daily grind, how about you?… Read More

The Top Nonprofit Social CEO Awards

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While some people are experiencing a social media hangover, especially on Facebook and taking a step back from social,  using social media professionally in support of your organization’s strategic goals is still more important than ever.   With declines in public trust and the continuing need to raise more money,  nonprofit leaders will need to strategically leverage organizational and professional networks.… Read More

Curiosity Kills Bad Work Habits

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The topic of habit change is something that Aliza Sherman and I researched and experimented with as we wrote “The Happy Healthy Nonprofit: Impact without Burnout” over the last year.  Habit change research was one of our favorite rabbit holes to explore.… Read More

Reflections from Arts Leaders Workshop: Resilient Leaders from the Inside/Out

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Earlier this month I was in Boston for the annual convention for Americans for the Arts where I facilitated a leadership development pre-conference workshop, “Impact without Burnout: Resilient Arts Leaders from the Inside/Out.”  I was lucky enough to collaborate with Janet McIntyre, a nonprofit leadership coach and Jeffrey Golde, Adjunct Professor of Management: Columbia Business School, along with Abe Flores from AFTA.  … Read More

Take the 2016 Nonprofits, Leadership and Race Survey

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The Building Movement Project is conducting a national survey on Nonprofits, Leadership and Race.  Open to anyone working in the nonprofit sector, this confidential survey will ask you questions about your own experiences and your perspectives on diversity in the sector.   … Read More