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Onboarding the Board—Your Opportunity to Promote Peak Performance

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And individual participation is seldom evaluated in any meaningful way. So how do you maintain the high level of board performance required to succeed in a disruptive business environment? An organizational chart. Except for officers, most don’t receive financial compensation. Financial statements. Minutes of recent meetings.

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Who is sharing nonprofit demographic data with Candid? 

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It also seeks to provide a common baseline of the diversity of the field, as well as ensure that demographic data is available to those who can make use of it to evaluate their programs and assess progress around equity. Nonprofits supporting the environment and animals are similarly overrepresented. Source: Candid, 2023.

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One of Your Fundraisers Is Leaving: What Your Nonprofit Should Do to Prepare

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There are steps nonprofits can take to prevent turnover , but sometimes people retire or move on to new opportunities regardless of the work environment. And, of course, an employee organizational chart, staff contact sheet, and important community partners should also be routed. What is your CRM?

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New Resource for Nonprofits: The Data Playbook – Practices for Purpose-Driven Work

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

One of the newest resources, a free online guide called “ The Data Playbook ,” was recently published by the Schusterman Foundation and written by Rella Kaplowitz, Program Officer, Evaluation and Learning. Refinable – adapt to rapidly changing environments. The four key questions are: What data to collect? Meaning Making.

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Training Nonprofit Staff & Volunteers Effectively in 5 Steps

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Your first step is defining what your mission and programs will look like in an adjusted environment. What you could be finding is that the organizational chart stayed largely the same, but now, not everyone fits where they were before. Some grew and matured with the experience. Others redefined personal and professional values.

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Taking Action: Fundraising Trends And Best Practices From Bloomerang’s ‘Fundraising Planning and Climate Report’

Bloomerang

Stay agile and be ready to adapt your strategies as needed based on new information or developments in the fundraising environment. It’s important to answer these questions for yourself and chart your course of action accordingly. Stay agile and flexible : The fundraising landscape is changing rapidly.

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WeAreMedia: A Larger Context For Social Media for Program Delivery - Next Nonprofit Report

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

This does not mean predicting the future (an impossible task if ever there was one) but instead means being attuned to rapid and continual shifts in the environment; continually evaluating and interpreting how organizations can best adapt; and experimenting with new responses and approaches.