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  • Critical investigation follow-up

    By The NonProfit Times — April 6, 2015

    Just as no job is finished until the paperwork is done, so is no internal investigation finished until follow-up procedures have been taken. That was the advice offered during the 2014 Nonprofit Risk Summit by Frank M. Pawlak, an attorney with more than 30 years representing management in labor and employment law.

  • 7-year evolution of enterprise risk management

    By The NonProfit Times — April 6, 2015

    Nonprofit leaders are only human, and preventing risk can often be an overlooked.

  • 6 things real leaders understand

    By The NonProfit Times — April 6, 2015

    Leadership involves a lot, including items that are obvious and those that are subtle. In his book “Leading the Life You Want,” Stewart D. Friedman offers several views of what leadership needs.

  • Building a monthly giving program

    By The NonProfit Times — March 31, 2015

    There are four important elements to building a monthly giving program with recruitment being the biggest investment. The other elements are retention, recovery and re-action.

  • Donors not giving all that they can

    By The NonProfit Times — March 31, 2015

    Underemployment, too much student debt, and an inability to move up in their field all are factors in holding back younger donors from giving more. But it’s not all bad news, according to Penelope Burk. The president of Toronto, Ontario-based Cygnus Applied Research shared a smattering of statistics and results from the 2014 Burk Donor Survey during a session at the 52nd annual Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) International Fundraising Conference.

  • 10 conversations between bosses and staff

    By The NonProfit Times — March 30, 2015

    Although conversations between bosses and employees can range from the hostile to the pointless, managers and managed do need to speak to one another now and again. Those conversations don’t have to be useless, and in his book “Thirteeners” Daniel F. Prosser offers what he calls 10 Connecting Conversations between bosses and those under them.

  • Sponsorships are negotiated business deals

    By The NonProfit Times — March 30, 2015

    Sponsorships generally mean that there is something of value for all participants, the person writing the check and the nonprofit receiving it. These are business deals, and they must be viewed as such from the very beginning.

  • 8 steps to a workplace investigation

    By The NonProfit Times — March 30, 2015

    Of course every nonprofit employee is a dedicated worker who could never do anything wrong on the job. The reality, of course, is quite different, and at the 2014 Nonprofit Risk Summit, Frank M. Pawlak, an attorney with more than 30 years representing management in labor and employment law, discussed the unfortunate topic of workplace investigations.

  • Social media in the workplace

    By The NonProfit Times — March 24, 2015

    The explosion in the use of social media is driving the workplace into a larger arena in the debate over free speech and employee rights and creating new concerns for human resource executives at nonprofit organizations.

  • Visualization for social good

    By The NonProfit Times — March 24, 2015

    Dr. John Snow mapped the cases of cholera in London’s Soho neighborhood in 1854, thereby tracing the source of the outbreak, and inspiring reform in water and waste management in London and beyond. Deemed the “father of modern epidemiology,” Snow saved countless lives through his data visualization.

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