There’s a word I hear from nonprofit leaders more than any other.
Can you guess what it is?
It’s not inspired, lucky, or meaningful. I wish!
It’s also not frustrated or burned out. Thank goodness!
Here it is… the word I hear more than any other from nonprofit leaders….
Ok, that’s probably not a big surprise. Leading a nonprofit can feel completely overwhelming. And the biggest reason is that it can be hard for nonprofit leaders to wrap their heads around all the things they need to attend to.
One of the more popular posts I wrote in the last year was called “The 14 Attributes of a Thriving Nonprofit”.
Sure it was popular, but what was I thinking? Fourteen attributes? Really?
Fourteen feels like an awful lot of things to worry about. I’m not sure I helped anybody feel any less overwhelmed.
But here’s the truth. If you look a little bit closer you’ll see that in reality there are only five things… five pillars… that a healthy and thriving nonprofit handles really well.
Get these five things right and your nonprofit will soar.
I’m going to dig into all five pillars in great depth during my upcoming free workshop called “How to Build a Thriving Nonprofit” which starts on May 10. If you’d like to join me in the workshop you can register here. I hope you will.
So are you ready to lighten your load? Feel some weight come off your shoulders?
Let’s dive into the five pillars of a thriving nonprofit.Continue Reading