Learn Ways to Prioritize Your Work

NonProfit PRO

Can you prioritize your work effectively? Accountability Organization prioritizing work Work WorksPriorities shift so keeping things in perspective is critical.

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‘Peopling’ Avoidance Creates Back-to-Work Issues

NonProfit PRO

In those private rooms, leadership talks about struggles with workforce issues regarding where and how people work. Face-to-face Fundraising back to work work from homeTurnkey runs many peer experience sharing groups for C-Suite social good executives.

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Secrets to a Successful Remote or Hybrid Work Program For Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

As offices reopen, organizations need to decide how remote work will fit into their business strategy. Because remote work carries unique risks and challenges when it comes to tax and compliance issues, adopting a proactive approach can help nonprofits avoid these headaches.

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Trends in Impact Evaluation That Can Work in Your Favor

NonProfit PRO

Trends in evaluation are worth paying attention to. They may not take over your social media feed with witty memes or become the latest office buzz, but they are profoundly important for nonprofits. Grants Strategic Planning impact evaluation Strategic planning Trends

Grave Work

Non Profit Quarterly

The following is an excerpt from Work Without the Worker: Labour in the Age of Platform Capitalism (2021) by Phil Jones, reprinted with permission from Verso Books. 1 The worker remains unaware of what is taking place above them, just as they remain unaware of the purpose of their work.

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Does Direct Mail Work for Nonprofits?

NonProfit PRO

You aren’t alone in wondering if direct mail actually works for nonprofits. At first glance, direct mail may seem outdated and ineffective. Direct Mail

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Developing a Grantmaking Strategy That Works for Your Nonprofit

NonProfit PRO

One of the most important roles a nonprofit can play is that of grantmaker. And, while there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to crafting a successful grantmaking strategy, there are a handful of key strategies that any nonprofit can deploy.

Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

Association TV

If you’ve already decided to move your association from analog to digital, you need to start thinking about how you will implement those changes in your organization.

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Succession Planning: Strategies That Work

Bloomerang

The post Succession Planning: Strategies That Work appeared first on Bloomerang

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Fundraisers Must Take Time Off From Work. Here’s How to Do It.

Get Fully Funded

When you work in fundraising, the last thing you may think you can do is take time off from work. To succeed at a fast-paced job that requires hard work and focus … you have to regularly take time off from work. Close all work-related tabs on your computer.

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Corporations Share What Nonprofit Partnerships Work Best and Why

NonProfit PRO

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. Corporate Relations & Engagement

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The Seven Elements Of Meaningful Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

There are so many good things to learn in the book, Helping People Win At Work , by Ken Blanchard and Garry Ridge. Among those is the section about how to define meaningful work. Work is meaningful when it : It is conducted in a manner that is "good and proper" in all respects.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work

TechSoup

The nonprofit working world is changing by the second. Remote work is now typical in many organizations, and incredibly sophisticated technology allows us to learn more about our audiences, automate tasks, and become more efficient. The Future of Work

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Leading Boldly Series Highlights Four Leaders Working Toward Equitable Society

NonProfit PRO

Four remarkable leaders, whose life experiences give them inspiration and strength, share their personal stories and reflect on their leadership journeys in conversations with Fred Ali, the retired President and CEO of the Weingart Foundation, and a former nonprofit leader.

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Is It Possible to Work With an Arrogant Nonprofit Leader?

NonProfit PRO

Most often, I work with enlightened progressive and donor-centered leaders. And then, occasionally, one shows up that just takes my breath away. That was my experience when I met with one CEO who needed help with his major gift program — at least that is what I thought. .

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The Elements Of Meaningful Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

There are so many good things to learn in the book, Helping People Win At Work , by Ken Blanchard and Garry Ridge. Among those is the section about how to define meaningful work. Work is meaningful when it : It is conducted in a manner that is "good and proper" in all respects.

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Your Major Gift Work Is Not About the Money

NonProfit PRO

As a major gifts officer, the primary question asked is, essentially, “How’s the money coming in?” The finance office needs to know because it can't pay the bills with air. The goal you made also set an expectation that a certain amount of money would come in. So, it is a fair question. Major Gifts

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Remote Work Is a Superpower—Learn How to Use It

.orgSource

I hate to see COVID-19 give remote work a bad rap. Over the last few months, more than a few people feel as though work sabotaged their lives. The post Remote Work Is a Superpower—Learn How to Use It appeared first on.orgSource.

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The 6 Types Of Working Genius

Eric Jacobsen Blog

The newest book from New York Times bestselling author Patrick Lencioni is, The 6 Types of Working Genius : A Better Way To Understand Your Gifts, Your Frustrations, And Your Team. When we discovered Working Genius, we didn’t sit down and intend to write a new personality assessment.

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Does the Next Generation Need to Work at Nonprofits?

NonProfit PRO

Should the next generation go into the nonprofit industry to make a social impact? Or, are there ample opportunities within corporations, social enterprises, and developing small business and actively engaging in philanthropy for the next generations?

Cigna Foundation Announces Grant Availability for Nonprofits Working to Address Health Disparities

NonProfit PRO

The Cigna Foundation announced it is accepting applications for its Health and Well-Being grant program. This grant cycle will focus on mental health as part of the foundation’s continued commitment to improving access to care and eliminating health disparities.

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Using smart tech to reimagine nonprofit work

Beth Kanter

AI and other smart tech can make work culture more human, but only if you know how the tech works and focus on using it to do what it does best (answer rote questions online) and allow people to do what we do best (e.g.

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The Future Of Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Timely, critical, instructional and enlightening are how I describe the new book, Work Disrupted , by Jeff Schwartz. “I He adds, “My work on this book had been well underway before the global pandemic took hold in the early 2020. Redefining work instead of just redesigning jobs.

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How Working Capital Protects Nonprofits from Rainy Days

Charity Navigator

The term working capital has been used in the for-profit industry for a long time. budget rainy day fund revenue savings working capital working capital ratioIt is usually defined as the difference between a company’s current assets and its current liabilities.

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Making Automation Work for You

Forum One

Whether you’re just starting out or fully immersed in automation strategies, there are ways to make automation work for you to maximize your practice and deliver better results. The post Making Automation Work for You appeared first on Forum One

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Afraid of the Office? Top 3 Keys To Make Your Association a Kick-ass Place to Work According to History

Association TV

But today, many people think of a great workplace as not even one specific place at all, with many employers opting for a permanent remote work setup after a trial proved prosperous during the pandemic. Are folks busy enjoying their work, or working to look busy?

Using smart tech to reimagine nonprofit work

Candid

The warning signs included the ongoing toxic combination of low pay and overwhelming workloads endemic in nonprofit work that leads to exhaustion, mistakes, and ultimately burnout. Here are three ways smart tech can be used to shift organizational work cultures: Invest in online chatbots.

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Pop-Ups: How to Make Them Work for Your Nonprofit Website

Nonprofit Tech for Good

That said, the fact that we still see so many of them on the web indicates that they can work for website owners when done well. Let’s explore a few key tenants of making pop-ups work for your nonprofit: 1. “Pop-ups.” For many of us, it’s a dirty word on the web.

9 Tips for Working Remotely

Whole Whale

One interesting silver lining comes from the rapid adoption of remote work, something that m any employees are now appreciating. for over 4 years and the entire staff now has the option to work from anywhere in the country. Work in Sprints. Build a community outside of work.

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Ask Yourself: Why Am I Doing This Work?

NonProfit PRO

I’ve been reminded recently about how inspiring and refreshing it is to sit with someone who loves their life’s work. At the same, how painful it is to listen to someone who is working in a position that neither fits them nor brings them any joy.

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Cloud for Good Certified as Great Place to Work for the 8th Year in A Row

Cloud 4 Good

April 11, 2022 [Asheville, NC] – For the 8 th straight year in the United States , and the very first time in Canada , Cloud for Good has been certified by Great Place to Work. Those achievements are not possible without a great work culture propelling the company forward.”. “I

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How To Infuse Love Back Into Your Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Were you excited to go to work every day last week? This is what bestselling author, Marcus Buckingham , explains in his new book, Love + Work. You found yourself actively looking forward to work? Do you have a chance to play to your strengths every day?

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The Future Of Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Timely, critical, instructional and enlightening are how I describe the book, Work Disrupted , by Jeff Schwartz. “I He adds, “My work on this book had been well underway before the global pandemic took hold in the early 2020. Redefining work instead of just redesigning jobs.

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Do You Prioritize Your Work With To-Do Lists?

NonProfit PRO

Today, many years into my work career, I still depend on a visual to-do list that I can constantly review to keep me focused. I continually wonder if there is a better way to prioritize my work activities.

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Your work matters. So do you.

Hands on Fundraising

The post Your work matters. His face was bright red. He looked down at me, practically spitting his anger. Next to him stood the organization’s development director, silent but glowering. My sin? I ran the box office of a large regional theater, and it was opening night.

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How Culture Makes Cloud for Good a Great Place to Work

Cloud 4 Good

Cloud for Good was recently recognized as one of the 2021 Best Small & Medium Workplaces by Great Place to Work® and Fortune magazine. In our survey, 97% of Cloud for Good’s employees said Cloud for Good is a great place to work.

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The Future Of Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Timely, critical, instructional and enlightening are how I describe the book, Work Disrupted , by Jeff Schwartz. “I He adds, “My work on this book had been well underway before the global pandemic took hold in the early 2020. Redefining work instead of just redesigning jobs.

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Proximity Bias: A Top Concern for Nonprofit Executives on Hybrid and Remote Work

NonProfit PRO

The difference in time spent in the office leads to concerns ranging from decreased career mobility for those who spend less facetime with their supervisor to resentment building up against the staff who have the most flexibility in where to work.

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A Thanksgiving Valentine to My Work Family and Yours

.orgSource

Work families are special. Work families have the magic to make success a team sport. […]. The post A Thanksgiving Valentine to My Work Family and Yours appeared first on.orgSource. If you’re lucky, you have colleagues who feel like family.

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Work Ethic For Leaders

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Grubb 's broader than typical definition of work ethic for leaders , as she details it in her book, Clash of the Generations. Here is what she says defines work ethic for leaders : Honest. Show gratitude to direct reports and colleagues who work hard.

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Five Steps to Selling Sponsorship That Actually Work 

The Sponsorship Collective

The post Five Steps to Selling Sponsorship That Actually Work appeared first on The Sponsorship Collective. Do you struggle to sell sponsorship to prospects? You can get prospects on the line, but it seems like after a certain point, the deal always fizzles out.

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5 Ways Nonprofits Can Retain, Attract and Inspire Talent in a Remote or Hybrid Work Environment

NonProfit PRO

The nonprofit sector was one of the last sectors to accept the shift to a remote or hybrid work environment, driven by the simple fact that nonprofits are used to collaborating and serving communities in person.

How To Compete In The New World Of Work

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Based on 2,000 interviews with leaders around the globe during the height of the pandemic, Competing In The New World Of Work , by Keith Ferrazzi , provides a blueprint for how to now capitalize on all we’ve learned during the pandemic so your organization can stay competitive in the future.

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