A well-functioning board is essential for the success and sustainability of a nonprofit organization. Self-assessments provide a way for boards to reflect internally to evaluate their effectiveness and identify areas for improvement.
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Nonprofits struggle with workforce diversification. Challenges in building a diverse workforce are not unique to nonprofits, but nonprofits are uniquely situated to address the challenge due to their purpose to serve.
Succession planning is an important activity for any organization. Nonprofits can learn a lot from the amount of attention, resources, and planning that organizations do to effectively navigate people transitions.
When asked what one of their greatest concerns is for their nonprofit, most board members will cite finances. However, many nonprofit boards employ a hands-off approach to the oversight of financial management.
Your board is a vital support system for your organization. In this blog post, we provide five tips to support your board members.
While it is important to develop a custom plan that is tailored to your specific organization, there are general practices and strategies to successfully prepare a plan for board member departures.
Utilizing succession planning for board member transitions is a key strategy to support organizational stability and prepare future leaders.
Serving as a nonprofit Board member is so much more than giving advice, attending a few meetings, or writing a check—it also includes a number of liabilities and responsibilities.
More than ever, youth are becoming movers and shakers in the philanthropy sphere. From advocacy to grantmaking youth are transforming traditional philanthropy to make a difference in their communities.
Growing a budding nonprofit is an exciting and hectic time: developing a mission, cultivating a Board of Directors, filing legal paperwork, navigating fundraising, and much more.