Nonprofit World: March-April 2009
VOLUME 27, NUMBER 2
|Are You Risking a Negligent-Retention Lawsuit?|
by Klaassen, Michael & Brian H. Kleiner
Hiring with care isn't enough. You also have to retain with care.
|Avoid Headaches: Engage Your Employees|
by Spencer, Summer
It's as simple as asking three questions - and listening for answers
|Boosting Visibility: Getting the Most from Print Communications|
by Kotas Eng, Jessica
To receive the greatest impact for your communication dollar, use these keys.
|Five Strategies to Enhance Your Fundraising|
by Kahl, Sarah H.B. & Ann Thomas
Here are ways to use the slow economy to your advantage.
|From the Brink of Disaster: Five Steps to a Healthy Organization|
by Bernstein, Gary M.
Whether or not your organization is in trouble, follow these five steps to be sure you're on track.
|How Jargon Undermines Communication*|
by Sea, Ivy
Are you a victim of Vapidity Syndrome? Take this quiz to find out.
|How to Make Social-Media Fundraising Work for You|
by Days, Frank
Use people-to-people tools to create deep, deep bonds with donors, old and new.
|I've Been Thinking about Leadership in Turbulent Times*|
by Golensky, Martha
Faced with many pressures, how does a nonprofit executive lead effectively? Who nurtures the nurturer?
|Make Good Use of the Treasurer & Finance Committee|
by Barr, Kate
Don't waste these valuable resources.
|New Day in Washington, New Day for Nonprofits?|
by Kramer, Don
With a new President and historic new era beginning, what's in store for the nonprofit sector?
|Raising Funds in an Uncertain Economy*|
by Pitman, Marc A.
Don't make these fatal errors.
|Strengthen Your Bottom Line: What to Do and What to Avoid|
by Muehrcke, Jill
Here are tested do's and don'ts for confronting the economic downturn.
|The Most Important Question for You to Ask*|
by McKain, Scott
No, it's not how to cut costs. It's something else entirely.
|Three Magic Questions for Your Board|
by Oliver, Erika A.
Ask these questions, listen to the answers, and watch participation soar.
|Work as a Human Activity*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
How well do you balance these three workplace essentials?