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When Nonprofits Put Policy Over People

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Your people are your most important resource. Since they are doing such amazing work, don’t allow policies that punish them, but look to reward, encourage, and celebrate them instead.

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‘Peopling’ Avoidance Creates Back-to-Work Issues

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In those private rooms, leadership talks about struggles with workforce issues regarding where and how people work. Turnkey runs many peer experience sharing groups for C-Suite social good executives. Here’s what we’ve heard.

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Use Technology to Put People First—How the Country Music Association’s Members Took Center Stage


The post Use Technology to Put People First—How the Country Music Association’s Members Took Center Stage appeared first on.orgSource. And one of the puzzles technology excels at helping us solve is how to understand each other. The presentation Tiffany Kerns gave at.orgCommunity’s recent Solutions Day event, centered on that idea.

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Webinar: Event Staff Don’t Want to “People” Anymore

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We speed-talk about the challenges of getting people back into close proximity with others. Is your staff shying away from face-to-face work with others they did pre-COVID? Turns out, that's happening at a lot of organizations.

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6 Reasons Why People Do Not Donate Money to Charity

Nonprofit Tech for Good

15,285 people worldwide participated in the survey for the 2020 Global Trends in Giving Report. Of those, 1,817 responded that they had not donated money to charity within the last 12 months. Here are six reasons why: 1) 42% responded that they do not give money to charity because they do not have the financial resources.

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Knowing What People Prefer

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When we decide to give someone a gift, we usually try really hard to get a gift that is meaningful to the person we’re giving it to. When we seek to succeed with our philanthropic investors, unfortunately, a sort of organizational narcissism often kicks in.

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People Want To Belong To Your Nonprofit’s Community


Why do people choose to give their hard-earned money to your cause? People have different values (some want to help children; others animals; others education, the environment, the arts… and so on). Most people want to join your community, make their mark, leave a legacy, or see their values in action. Again, so far so good.

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