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Stephen C. Nill, JD

Video: How Do You REALLY Know If Your Nonprofit is Succeeding?

How do you really know if your nonprofit organization is succeeding? In a word, evaluation.

Sophie Penney

Artificial Intelligence and Fundraising: Is a Bot Coming to Take My Job?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is already being used in fundraising. If you don't think it can impact you, think again.

Susan Axelrod

Self-Care for Nonprofit Leaders: On Balance

If balance is a hallmark of self-care, then it seems most nonprofit leaders fail. Where on that list are you? Where in The Balancing Act do you interject time for self or family, full healthy meals, a workout, a mind-clearing meditation, or even a quick walk outside?

Dane Shumak, CFRE

Not My Generation! How to Communicate with Sensitivity

It’s official – there are five generations in the workforce. This is important to mark for a number of reasons – succession planning, diversity and inclusion, and accessibility, to name a few – but perhaps the most critical reason to acknowledge this shift is that we have to be more aware of how we communicate with each other, as well as manage and structure our workplaces.

Jane Garthson

You Just Hired an Interim Executive Director. Now What?

In 2018, Stephen Nill invited me to share with you my most recent experience where I stepped in as the interim executive. I did that in my article, You Are Now the Interim Executive. Now What? In this article, I switch perspectives. I address the same kind of situation, but from the perspective of a board chair.

Robin Cabral, MA, CFRE

Do You Review Your Fund Development Office Structure Annually?

Let’s face it, we don’t always have control over the world around us. In this real world, for a nonprofit to survive, it needs to keep pace with the changing times. The efficient and effective function of the fund development office is critical to the survival of any nonprofit. That is why the structure of this office, in particular, should be reviewed frequently.