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The Strength of Shared Power in Nonprofit Leadership

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It is, however, a growing trend in the nonprofit world, where we continue to explore ways to share power and strengthen our organizations’ leadership and stability. Co-leadership isn’t new.

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Sharing Knowledge Keeps Associations Strong—Review Newest Survey Results and C-Suite Discussion

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My attraction centered around the idea of sharing. The post Sharing Knowledge Keeps Associations Strong—Review Newest Survey Results and C-Suite Discussion appeared first on.orgSource. Competition defines even the friendliest corporate relationships. Associations have a happier orientation to their community.

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Blackbaud Institute Shares Spotlight on 2023 Trends in Giving

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The Blackbaud Institute released its 2023 Trends in Giving Spotlight, which showed growth in online giving and more.

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Share Our Strength President and CEO Tom Nelson To Retire

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and abroad, Share Our Strength’s President and CEO Tom Nelson will retire effective June 30, 2022. After 10 years of dedicated service to their mission to end hunger and poverty in the U.S.

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How To Cultivate Community Affinity Throughout The Generosity Journey

Speaker: Tim Sarrantonio, Director of Corporate Brand

🤝 Industry expert Tim Sarrantonio will explore data-backed strategies to engage supporters as active participants in a community that values their contributions and shared ideals. Join this webinar to explore a shift towards cultivating a community of generosity, where trust and shared values matter more than financial capacity!

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Corporations Share What Nonprofit Partnerships Work Best and Why

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Corporate sponsors share what has worked in building their relationships with nonprofits. Your nonprofit's staff or board members might not know your mission statements verbatim, but your corporate partner might surprise you.

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To Survive a Crisis, Lean Into Trust—CEOs Share Pandemic Stories

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During 2020, Kristine and her staff contacted every association member to offer support and an opportunity to share their concerns. To help them decompress, we built online opportunities to come together, share, and relax. The shared challenge bonded a lot of folks. To help our operators survive, people worked 15-hour days.

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