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Our graduate degree in Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy is relevant, practical, and focused entirely on nonprofit management and leadership. Make a Difference: In Your Career and Your Mission. Classes Begin October 23, 2017. REGISTER TODAY!

 
 
 
 
            
 
5 Ideas For Motivating And Managing
 
Motivating and managing staff are no easy tasks. They quite literally require plugging into staff members’ brains to tap into logic, emotion, and other motivating factors. During her presentation, “Motivate and Manage: Use the Five Brain Toggles,” given during the American Society of Association Executives’ Great Ideas Conference in Orlando, Fla., Shelley Row, president and CEO of Shelley Row Associates LLC discussed motivation strategies for managing staff.
 
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Check out NPT's NEW Video Series on NeuroFundraising!  Click here to learn more.

 
 
 
 
            
 
Prospective Employees Want To Work At The Best Nonprofits
 
Working in the sector more likely than not also takes a personal connection. Staff members want to be appreciated as they do the work that improves the world one block at a time. Most managers think they have provided a great place to work. Here’s an opportunity to prove it. The NonProfit Times has opened its annual competition for the best nonprofits at which to work. We’re partnering again with the Best Companies Group to kick the tires on nonprofit organizations to bestow bragging rights (and the ability to attract the best workforce).
Please go here to sign up for the competition. You’ll be glad you did.
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Contact Darryl Canfield with questions, or for placement, @ 973-401-0202 x204 or by email at darryl@nptimes.com

 
 
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Keeping Employees By Interviewing Them
 
Timing is everything, and time is something of which managers have precious little. Reconciling those two issues can be an issue in itself for nonprofit managers, but making time to encourage, and thus keep, good employees is an idea emphasized by Beverly Kaye and Sharon Jordan-Evans in their book “Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss.”
 
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