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Client Spotlight: First Baptist Church of Raleigh

In early 2015, Dr. Dumas Harshaw, Jr. began to to realize that his church’s congregation was changing. The pastor of First Baptist Church in Raleigh, North Carolina knew that his church needed a new plan for the future. “I could see the generation that had been so strong in sustaining the church begin to die …

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Why Staff Buy-In Matters

The process of organizational change can be daunting: How will staff be onboarded? Has leadership made the right decision? Will the organization thrive? Like many corporations, nonprofits often make decisions from the top down. However, incorporating staff into the decision making process can have tremendous benefits for organizations—and make change easier in the long run. …

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3 Nonprofits that Successfully Rebranded — and How They Did It

There are many reasons why organizations choose to rebrand themselves. Outdated logos, mergers, and misperceptions of an organization’s mission are all compelling reasons to reinvent a nonprofit’s image. Here are three nonprofits that survived the rebranding process thanks to planning, strategy, and forward thinking. 1. YMCA of the USA  In 2010, the YMCA underwent a …

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Motivating Your Organization: Inside and Out

The mechanics of motivation are easily overlooked in reviews of organizational performance. Fundamental incentives may vary, ranging from individuals who aspire to carry out a vision under a nonprofit umbrella to people who seek to quietly volunteer a few hours a week. Whatever the motivation, understanding when and how to engage board members and staff …

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