You’ve probably heard at least one of these myths about nonprofits before…keep reading as I debunk some of the most common misconceptions about the nonprofit sector.
Ep 155: A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity to Shape the Future of Nonprofit Work (with Allison Fine and Beth Kanter)
What is smart technology? And what does it look like in the nonprofit sector? Beth Kanter and Allison Fine join me for a deep dive into human-centered software and how to use it ethically, responsibly, and intentionally in today’s nonprofit world.
Nonprofit organizations MUST engage in work around diversity, equity and inclusion. In this blog post, I talk about why DEI work matters for nonprofits and the people they serve.
Is there really a difference between leadership and management? And what about supervision and management? In this podcast, Rita Sever and I discuss why these skills are actually quite different — and why nonprofit leaders need to be proficient in all of them.
In this episode, my colleague, Noelani Pearl Hernandez and I dig into the popular Netflix series, MAID, and how you can use pop culture as a tool for nonprofit storytelling and media advocacy.
In this episode, Health Coach and Personal Trainer, Chris Barlics, and I talk about something many nonprofit leaders put last on their to-do lists — self care. Listen in to learn how it can help you avoid nonprofit burnout — even if you don’t like eating kale or going to the gym.
The new year is upon us. Check out my top 5 nonprofit leadership blog posts of 2021 to brush up on the fundamentals of nonprofit fundraising, budgeting, board service, and so much more!
In this episode, I chat with Stanford professor and author, BJ Fogg about why creating tiny habits is the key to good habit formation and creating change.
Hunting for a great board chair? I nominate Ted Lasso! Keep reading to learn why this character represents the perfect board chair candidate.
Nonprofit executive directors, join Joan Garry and award-winning Stanford professor, Carole Robin to learn how your interpersonal skills impact your org’s success.