Nonprofit World: January-February 2011
VOLUME 29, NUMBER 1
|Can an Employee Get Rid of the CEO?|
by Kramer, Don
How can you make sure an incompetent CEO gets fired?
|Can You Learn to Become a Better Leader?*|
by Huddleston, Bill
What makes a leader, and how do you develop those abilities in yourself and your team?
|Diversity and Inclusion - Why Now?|
by Newborn, Tangie
New research reveals ways to make diversity a reality.
|How Executives and Boards Can Improve Performance*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
Two books zero in on tactics to assure a high-functioning board.
|How to Create a Board that Gets Things Done|
by King, Corwin P.
Is your board the best it could be? Here are ways to assure productivity.
|How to Engage the Next Generation of Donors Now|
by Harris, Trista
Having many generations of donors ensures a pipeline of support for decades to come. Start thinking about that future today.
|How to Fix Communication Breakdowns*|
by Graham Scott, Gini
A great leader is a great communicator. Here's the place to begin.
|I've Been Thinking about... Program Evaluation|
by Golensky, Martha
How can we improve evaluation to get a true measure of effectiveness?
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Smart and Fast Are Not Enough: The Need for Better EQ|
by Becker, Irene
Do you have the EQ skills you need?
|Taking Action to Manage Change|
by Wendell, Bart
Follow these six steps to avoid the pitfalls of change.
|The Ben Franklin Program for Focusing on What's Important|
by Lemberg, Paul
Wishing you could jumpstart a new level of performance? Try these suggestions.
|Three Good Things: Creating Miracles in Fund Development|
by Oliver, Erika K.
When you take time to shift the energy, you'll be amazed what happens.
|Use Background Checks to Avoid Legal Pitfalls*|
by Hauswirth, William F.
Are you screening your volunteers and paid staff to avoid problem workers? If not, you may be risking your organization's future.