When we get lost in that fear of “I just need to pay the rent, I need something,” it’s a very real fear. But getting that pay-the-rent job doesn’t mean we can’t continue to explore.
We wanted to dig a bit deeper into introversion as it applies to social change leadership, so we reached out to Susan Cain, author of QUIET: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking.
If there is one skill aspirational EDs must master, it’s the ability to manage volunteers.
ProPublica, is a Pulitzer Prize-winning independent, nonprofit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.
There really isn’t a leadership crisis. There are thousands of people ready to assume responsibility for our sector, and who are ready to lead us in new directions.
“We’ve being doing great supply chain work for decades now and still we can kill 1200 people in a heartbeat, so what does this mean to actually do this work inside a big company?”
I had a chance to chat with the author of Body of Work, Pam Slim. We talked about mentoring, the new world of work, and why we need to say goodbye to the workplace mafia culture.
Our commitment to ending childhood hunger verses fighting it was reinvigorating for me and working with my brother has been a big inspiration and continues to be.
We’re interviewing leaders in the nonprofit sector on how they are tackling some of our most pressing social issues.
A few months ago, the Center for Investigative Reporting released their list of the worst charities in the United States. The list sparked interest in overhead, what it takes to determine a good nonprofit vs. a bad nonprofit, and the role of fundraisers in the sector.