Having a diverse and inclusive volunteer community helps nonprofit organizations effectively accomplish their missions and build capacity.
Management + Planning Blog Posts
To help make decision-making less daunting, we outline key assessment questions that will help your organization make strategic decisions that maximize resources and impact.
The INS Group is excited to share self-care practices from our team members as part of our Playbook issue devoted to addressing burnout.
In 2019, burnout was acknowledged by the World Health Organization as an “occupational phenomenon” in its International Classification of Diseases. Burnout is not just an individual condition. It has the potential for a negative long-term impact on individuals and organizations.
Eliminating Colorblind Practices: Why Race Disparities Must Be Accounted for in Philanthropic Organizations
Colorblind practices can be harmful. Not only does it fail to account for the root of many disparities in American society, but it also invalidates the experiences and identities of the people impacted by those disparities.
In honor of National Volunteer Month, we are sharing ideas aligned with why people volunteer to guide volunteer recruitment, engagement, and retention.
You need the skills, talents, enthusiasm, and dedication of a strong team of people. Treating your team members like whole people helps them to thrive and stay engaged at work. Thriving people are the heart of thriving organizations.
While navigating the pandemic crisis, the Augustine Literacy Project® of the Triangle made it a priority to address feedback from the assessment to nurture and build a united team of staff and board members
How to create a healthy financial culture within your nonprofit organization. Take action to maintain fiscal health throughout any challenge with The INS Group.
Managing your nonprofit like a business can make your organization more powerful, effective, and resilient.
Draft your comprehensive contingency plan easier by understanding this critical spectrum of risks.