Stressful times such as the Great Recession have forced nonprofit managers to look closely at what they do and how they do it. Dealing with a crisis can often be helpful in the long run, and some managers have gained from the experience.
One thing that some, but not all, have learned is that preparation can be a huge help when a crisis comes along.
John Davidoff, founder and managing director of Davidoff Communications in Chicago, Ill., maintains that there are several key steps nonprofits can take, in both crisis and non-crisis situations to help them fulfill their missions. He uses Night Ministry as an example.
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