The race is over in Phoenix, as Susan G. Komen Arizona will cease operations effective July 31. The organization’s Phoenix Race for the Cure event, previously set for October, has been cancelled. “Over the last 24 years our local affiliate has proudly served the women and men in Arizona and we are so grateful to the community for their relentless support,” Jill Bray, board president of Komen Arizona, said in a statement. “Unfortunately, participation in our Race and other fundraising initiatives has declined, limiting our ability to continue to fulfill our mission locally.”
Early Learning Coalition of Pasco and Hernando Counties, Inc., www.phelc.org an EEOC, 501(c)3 non-profit organization in West Central Florida, seeks qualified applicants for position of Executive Director by May 1, 2018. CLICK HERE to learn more.
Your nonprofit can’t become data savvy overnight. It takes time to build the infrastructure and a culture that asks the right questions, collects the right data, and uses the data to make smart decisions. You can chart your progress along these six stages of data maturity. Where does your nonprofit land and where would you like to go?
As the late and oft-married Mickey Rooney could have said, relationships are important. In the workplace setting, they can have a huge importance in fulfilling the mission. Relationships work in many directions, including supervisors with those they supervise. They are so important that Steve Arnesen wrote about them in his book “What Your Boss Really Wants From You.” In there, he lists insights for improving the supervisor-supervised relationship. Those insights are: