Interviewing can be a stressful experience, but Marjorie and Natalie sat down with a glass of wine to tell you how to get through it stress free!
It has been said that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. In the spirit of that concept, we know as nonprofit leaders that change is inevitable – and it’s necessary for not only our mission’s survival but also for our success as an organization. But people fear change. And the best way to make progress as a leader is to tackle head on what we fear the most.
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Working at a nonprofit isn't unicorns and rainbows everyday! Supervising nonprofit employees takes extra finesse to navigate the world of low pay, varied benefits and all nighters on grant applications. Marjorie and Natalie share their tips and tricks from their years in the trenches and offer up advice for the new front line supervisor to the seasoned leader.
The first 100 days of an executive director’s job can be crucial. Missteps made by the Executive, the board and the staff can reverberate through the organization and take years to correct. Today we are going to look at some tips to help EDs and Boards navigate those first 100 days. Spoiler, it's not just the ED's job to make sure it goes well!
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In the spirit of baseball season, we love to root for our favorite team. Well today, we are rooting for everyone’s favorite team – our Nonprofit Organizations! And here as our guest to help make sure all of our NPOs cover their bases is Jen Vacha, Principal at Brown Smith Wallace LLP in St. Louis, Missouri. Jen shares what should be in your nonprofit's Permanent Record and goes into detail about exactly how to recognize your donor's gifts so that they don't run into any problems with the IRS.
It's the person you count on to lead your organization and build trust in the community. The role of the Executive Director is pivotal to the well being of any nonprofit organization. Cheryl Compton, an Executive Director with over 40 years of experience in the field, is here to share her experiences in the hot seat.
In the wake of the horrific shootings at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Marjorie and Natalie take a look at the role of nonprofits when tragedy strikes, whether made by man or mother nature.
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At the time your organization has the potential, you as a fundraiser can be the most vulnerable.
Nonprofitteers wear so many hats, sometimes it's hard to keep them all on at once! Between our regular duties, email, meetings and social meeting, you can just hear your time sucking away.
Marjorie and Natalie are here to give you concrete tips and tricks to manage all of that and we promise, we aren't taking away your email or Facebook!
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Millennials, you've heard the rumors... too selfish... too many selfies. Alex Matthews, a nonprofit graphic designer and social media manager, and Liz Smith, a realtor who spends her time serving on boards, stop by to bust the myths and maybe reaffirm the stereotypes you've heard about them. Alex DID take a selfie to post on Twitter while we were recording after all...