Ever find yourself sitting at your cubicle, thinking back wistfully to your college days, perhaps even wishing you could spend a carefree moment with your feet propped up on your desk? You may not have realized it when you started your career, but the work habits you became accustomed to while you were in college may have made your transition to your “traditional” office more difficult. What was it about the collegiate environment that made you most productive? We explore this topic in today’s interview!
Recently, we spoke with Jamie Smith, YNPN’s Communications & Network Engagement Director for our 3-part series…
For our next installment of HR Insider, I interviewed Andrea Greenblatt, VP of Operations at Re:Gender. Formerly known as the National Council for Research on Women, the organization was established in 1981 and became Re:Gender in March 2014. The organization works to end gender inequity and discrimination by exposing root causes and advancing research-informed action.
If you missed our live, in-person Careers in Nonprofit Communications panel in NYC a few weeks ago, you’re in luck because we have a full video presentation of the evening for you to watch!
How do we start paying more attention to our emotional well-being not only at home but also on the job?
We need to start funding people in the field who do the work instead of funding things like workshops and toolkits
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.
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