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How nonprofits can attract and retain high-quality employees

ASU Lodestar Center

By meeting the needs of self-esteem and self-actualization outlined by Maslow, employees can use the organization as an expressive output and internal satisfaction, according to Peter Frumkin in “On Being Nonprofit.”. Recognition for outside achievements. Praise in various forms. One-on-one. Organizational meetings. Intrinsic motivations.

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What’s Your Calling?

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

He is the author of of ‘PEAK: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow’ , and founder and CEO of Joie de Vivre Hospitality. He spoke about leadership from the heart. He applies Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to his career in business and his leadership style.

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What's Your Leisure Identity? Does it Bring You Into Museums?

Museum 2.0

He cites many studies showing that as people move up Maslow's hierarchy of needs, we have transitioned from focusing on work (a means of survival) to leisure (a means of personal fulfillment). John contextualizes this argument within a larger discussion about leisure and American life.

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The Struggles and Strategies of Online Organizing: An Interview with Leda Dederich

Have Fun - Do Good

Emerging technologies are great, I am all for emerging technologies; but I believe very, very strongly that it is like Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: if people can't eat, then they can't go out to the fair. So that was shocking to us, the amount of organizations who were struggling with very, very basic needs.