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Management Tips

  • Assembling a team for federal grant proposals

    By The NonProfit Times — July 14, 2014

    Developing a competitive federal grant proposal is not simple. Typical corporate and foundation requests range from two to ten pages and provide a birds-eye view of the program. By contrast, federal proposals range from 25 to 100 pages or more, and require meticulous descriptions of the program’s research base, plans, and management structure.

  • 10 insurance details you need to know

    By The NonProfit Times — July 14, 2014

    No two insurance policies are created alike. Competing offerings might purport to cover the same risks but, as the adage goes, “the devil’s in the details” — that is, in the fine print of each contract’s declarations, insuring agreement, conditions, and exclusions.

  • Using the chair to tame the lion

    By The NonProfit Times — July 14, 2014

    If a board meeting is concluded without any of the members throwing chairs at one another, the night is often seen as a success. That’s one way of looking at board meetings, but many people in the nonprofit sector think that boards should aspire to more. Much of the responsibility rests with the chair, and that goes beyond riding herd around the meeting table.

  • 6 dangers within wage and hour rules

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    Nonprofits traditionally rely heavily on volunteers. But, recent court cases involving interns and paid and unpaid positions in a variety of settings make the use of non-employee help a tricky one.

  • 6 essentials for the connected nonprofit

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    As Tom Mix and the cowpokes knew, a good brand means more than the burn on the cowhide.

  • 11 ways to treat fundraising board members

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    Volunteer board members are not required to be involved in fundraising but it sure can help. In fact, Gayle Gifford, ACFRE, president of Providence, R.I-.based fundraising firm Cause & Effect, wrote in “The Essential Fundraising Handbook for Small Nonprofits,” a fundraisers’ checklist for working with board members:

  • 5 careless errors to avoid in your proposal

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    Grant proposal writing requires thoughtfulness and precision. “Your grant proposal is a reflection not only of your organization’s ideas, approaches, and effectiveness, but also of its professionalism,” said Holly Thompson, contributing editor for The Grantsmanship Center in Los Angeles, Calif.

  • 4 important Twitter questions to answer

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    Although Twitter is by now an established form of communication, in many ways it is still undergoing a period of trial and error. Many people tweet, but often they are still stumbling about in their efforts to get the best results from their tweetings.

  • 6 communication elements for newsletters

    By The NonProfit Times — July 8, 2014

    Employee newsletters can be effective ways of keeping the workforce focused and energized, or they can add to the employee’s recycling pile at home. How can an organization make internal newsletters a positive force in the life of workers?

  • Doing the basics is important

    By The NonProfit Times — July 7, 2014

    If you’re looking to build its mobile list for your organization, there are a few key things to remember, but most importantly: don’t forget your call to action.

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