Exciting, energizing, engaging… Would you guess this describes strategy work? Learn how to get you, your board, and your staff aligned about what matters most: Your organization’s future.Read More
The #1 way to drive innovative leadership is to include people with different lived experiences. Learn how to create a hiring process with inclusivity — and your time — in mind.Read More
Relationships in a nonprofit are everything — no pressure. Blake Fly serves up out-of-the-box methods to elevate your connections and make each one memorable.Read More
The #1 most important skill you can have as a leader is knowing how to effectively communicate. Judith Humphrey outlines clear strategies to not just communicate but to lead and inspire.Read More
A regular E.D. review is one of the best ways to ensure your nonprofit’s leadership is performing in a way that best serves your community and organization. Find out how this at times pain-staking process can be smooth and productive with this streamlined resource.Read More
Becoming an effective manager is integral to your ability to be a great leader and to drive scope and impact in your work. Learn how to set new staff and volunteers up to succeed, do what you can to build their professional capacities and drive retention, and empirically evaluate their performance.Read More
This presentation provides space for nonprofit leaders, particularly CEOs/EDs, senior management staff, and board members, to explore best practices in succession and transition planning.Read More
Because founders—regardless of the sector—are remarkably good at many things, and they should steer clear of others. The key to a founder’s long-term success is self-awareness and self-mastery.
Checklist: PeopleRead More
This resource was created for both board and staff leaders as they consider the pros and cons of entering into an employment agreement with the Executive Director.
Quick Win: PeopleRead More