Leaders rely on others to fill in the blanks in their knowledge, but often leaders don’t realize what they don’t know. This can lead to a great deal of trouble.
Although the concept of injury prevention seems like one of those “of course we care about it” issues, promoting safety also takes an intelligent, planned approach.
Empowerment is a great buzzword that in the right circumstances can actually mean something. Regardless of the word, the concept offers exciting ideas for workplace management.
There is good advice in the saying: “If it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” but sometimes tinkering is necessary.
Whether it’s to draw new supporters or energize existing ones, organizations occasionally need to start new initiatives. That means they need to do the best they can to publicize those initiatives.
It is no secret that a board can make a big difference in the success of a nonprofit. But, sometimes there’s a problem getting the best possible people for a board.
Nothing’s perfect but Pamela Grow suggests there are a number of things you can include in thank-you letters to donors that would make it perfect.
Donors want more bang for their buck. They want $10 of results for every $1 they contribute. Fortunately, nonprofits want to achieve the same thing. Unfortunately, wanting and getting are very often quite different. Still, the quest continues.
“You won’t be able to see this at the back of the room, so let me explain it to you.”
Solicitation of major donors is not for the faint of heart. It might not even be for many of the strong of heart, or even those in between.