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Andy Warhol And Nonprofit Workplace Safety
Workplace safety is a managerial task that is easy to overlook. It is seldom top-of-mind until an accident happens. It is difficult to monitor and often dry to think about and map out. Perhaps the answer is to take an artist’s approach. During his presentation, “What Andy Warhol Taught Me About Workplace Safety” during the 2017 Nonprofit Risk Summit in Philadelphia, Pa., Michael Gurtler, managing partner and senior consultant at Safe-Wise Consulting, walked through what nonprofit managers might learn from the eccentric artist. Primary topics included:
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6 Tips To Approaching Ethical Conundrums
It’s a hard scenario to avoid. An incoming donation just doesn’t feel right and, before you know it, a tiny white angel appears on your right shoulder followed by a little, red, horned figure on your left. What are you to do? During the session, “Ethical Dilemmas and Donor Intent” at Fundraising Day in New York 2017, Doug White, author of Abusing Donor Intent, provided some pointers geared at handling such situations. 
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