Recruiting the Passionate Client

Passionate clients make a nonprofit strong. […]

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What Do Clients Want?

Operating your nonprofit at capacity depends on having the right message. In this article, we talk about the first of three message types your community and especially prospective clients want to receive.

It is misconception that the clients want immediate problems solved. When you dig deeper, you discover that what they want is something they […]

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Who Can Help?

There is more help available than most of us realize. Who could be helping your nonprofit? […]

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Budgeting Is Difficult

Many nonprofit board members dislike budget discussions. Their dislike and discomfort make the process difficult. […]

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Whose Problem Is It?

When your nonprofit recognizes there is a problem, whose problem is it? […]

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The Pause that Refreshes

Periodically a nonprofit should pause, pivot, and proceed. […]

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What to Measure

Almost every nonprofit monitors it program completion rates. What should be second on its list of things to measure? […]

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Be Discontent

Sometimes the best thing for a nonprofit is to be discontent with itself. […]

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Solving the Difficult Problem

Mission Enablers exists to help nonprofits solve the persistent problems that threaten their survival. One common persistent problem we help nonprofits overcome is declining or static client service levels especially when they are below the level necessary for mission sustainability. We find that precedent and experience predispose nonprofits to misunderstand the problem: […]

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Every Level of Decision Making Needs Client Input

Nonprofits exist to serve the community. They provide their service by changing the lives of their clients. Their alumni strengthen the community. […]

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