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5 Key Differentiators to Look for in Your Nonprofit CRM

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By StratusLIVE (Sponsored Post). Nonprofits are doing important work every day that impacts lives and makes our world even better.

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The Ins and Outs of Remote Work for Nonprofits

Connection Cafe

You never thought remote work would be the new norm for today’s workforce. But in the last ten years, telecommuting has grown by 140 percent. Nonprofits have joined the trend. The number of nonprofit employees working remotely has increased by 20 percent in the last six years.

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How to Know When to Expand Your Staff

NonProfit Hub

Expansion is a good thing. In most cases, it means you’ve done your job well enough for long enough to add additional programming, campaigns or other projects.

39 Free Nonprofit Webinars for May 2019

Wild Apricot

Here are all the free nonprofit webinars happening in May 2019 that the internet has to offer

Bitcoin for Nonprofits: Cryptocurrency Fundraising for the Future

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Alex Wilson , Director of BlockShop DC and founding partner of The Giving Block. Let’s start with the basics. Bitcoin was launched on January 3, 2008, in the midst of the financial crisis and bank bailouts. Why does that matter?

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The sgENGAGE Podcast Episode 95: What the Heck is Robotic Process Automation? (and Why Your Organization Needs It)

Connection Cafe

We spend as much as 20% of our day doing manual repetitive tasks, and those manual tasks often end up costing organizations a lot of money in lost productivity, fraud and errors. So how can social good organizations fix this?

7 Twitter Accounts Nonprofits Need to Follow

NonProfit Hub

The world wide web, specifically the Twittersphere, is overflowing with accounts designed to help you better run your organization.

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70 Women Leaders Case Studies

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Prepare to be inspired, impressed and motivated by personal, real-life stories and case studies from 70 women leaders in the book, Wisdom Warriors , authored by Carol Seymour.

3 Stewardship Techniques to Scale Your Fundraising Efforts

Connection Cafe

If you’ve paid any attention to the fundraising landscape within higher education over the past few years, you’ve seen a deluge of announcements touting massive campaign goals. Bigger than” campaigns necessitate a reliance on mega-gifts.

Building My Leadership Tribe in the American Express Leadership Academy

ASU Lodestar Center

posted by Sadhna Bokhiria Class 11 American Express Leadership Academy Chief Operating Officer of Kapoor Foundations. Prior to the ASU Lodestar Center’s American Express Leadership Academy , I was somewhat of an education junkie. With the ability to take classes online from some of the most prominent institutions in the world, I was enrolled in tons of classes and getting a lot of great education.

Equalizing the Power Between Us in the Social Good Sector

Connection Cafe

What has us feel powerless in our efforts to influence others? How can we balance the power between us in key relationships to create the greatest common ground and the greatest common good?

The Power Of Brevity

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Here is some good advice from author Scott Belsky's book, The Messy Middle: Finding your way through the hardest and most crucial part of any bold venture. The power in brevity : Shorter emails get faster response times. Fewer words go further (and are listened to more intently).

How Teams Provide Value Beyond The Ordinary

Eric Jacobsen Blog

"It takes more than encouraging words to get a team thinking beyond the ordinary," explains Jackie Barretta , author of the book, Primal Teams. She suggests you must help team members to redefine the purpose of their work with broader and more expansive thinking.

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Looking Back At The Best New Leadership Book For 2018

Eric Jacobsen Blog

If you haven't yet read the book I named the Best New Leadership Book for 2018 , here's a reminder about why I think it is so good: The book, Say What You Mean , by Oren Jay Sofer , couldn’t have come at a better time. Because 2018 was a year filled with communication challenges for so many people.

Maxims For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

I so appreciate this advice from William Arthur Ward , one of America's most quoted writers of inspirational maxims: Do more than belong: participate. Do more than care: help. Do more than believe: practice. Do more than be fair: be kind. Do more than forgive: forget. Do more than dream: work.

How To Be An Open Leader

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Open Leadership author Charlene Li reminds leaders to periodically ask themselves these " open leadership skills assessment " questions: Do I seek out and listen to different points of view? Do I make myself available to people at all levels of the organization?

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Eight Ways To Value Your Employees

Eric Jacobsen Blog

There are eight specific actions business leaders can take to show that they value their employees , according to Andrew Leigh , author of the book, Ethical Leadership -- Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Business Culture.