How Far into the Future Should You Look?

To make a meaningful, measurable, and durable change in clients’ lives, a nonprofit must have a plan that extends beyond its service cycle. For many nonprofits, the service cycle covers multiple years. For many youth organizations, clients enroll for several years. One of the longer cycles is a pre-K through 12th grade school. In that […]

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Look Beyond the Present

Your nonprofit’s strategic plan can be much more valuable than it is. […]

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Goal Based Hiring

Should nonprofits be satisfied with hiring highly qualified applicants? […]

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Job Descriptions

Do your nonprofit’s job descriptions empower your staff to be great or shackle them with work? […]

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Anyone Can Be a Great Planner

Planning is an acquired skill. Luckily, there is an easy way to develop great planning skills. […]

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The One Number

Once you know what constitutes success for your nonprofit it is easy to determine what more there is to do. If you do more, more success will follow. The key is carefully defining success. […]

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Creative Destruction

Creative destruction can help keep a nonprofit strong and relevant. […]

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