Nonprofit World: September-October 2010
VOLUME 28, NUMBER 5
|Event Planning Can Be Easier If You Follow These Steps|
by Wolf, Jodi
Here are tips to make sure your event is not only special but successful.
|Executive Compensation Is Under Scrutiny|
by English, Tom
Recent government talk about compensation sounds a warning for nonprofits.
|How to Create a Motivating Environment|
by Graham Scott, Gini
Use these suggestions to ramp up productivity, reduce stress, and build morale.
|How to Transform Your Brand|
by Brunet-Garcia, Diane
One organization's makeover holds keys you can use for your own transformation.
|I've Been Thinking about... Board Recruitment|
by Golensky, Martha
Are you giving this important governance step the attention it deserves? What does it take to build the board you need and want?
|Improved Thrift Store Performance Means Better Mission Fulfillment|
by Mitchell, Mark
A new survey pinpoints ways to connect with thrift-store donors and shoppers. All nonprofits can find helpful insights in the results.
|Leaders as Midwives Who Birth a New World*|
by Nebelung, Jane
Assess your capacity to lead in a spirit-centered way.
A collection of brief articles with tips, research and reviews related to nonprofit management and leadership.
|Ten Nonprofit Myths - and How to Debunk Them|
by Knapp, Don
Be sure you're not, consciously or unconsciously, giving credence to these misconceptions.
|The Boomer-Millennial Workplace: How to Defuse the Tension|
by Muehrcke, Jill
Are baby-boomer managers and millennial employees like oil and water? Or is there common ground?
|The Secrets and Science of Body Language*|
by Fernsler, Terrence
What veiled signals are people sending you? Understanding nonverbal communication is crucial to your success.
|Want to Avoid Fraud? Look to Your Board*|
by Fram, Eugene H. & Bruce L. Oliver
Board members can use this guide to keep fraud away from your door.
|Web Conferencing: Technology You Can Use|
by King, Scott
At its core, Web conferencing is a communications tool. It lets you share information and build community through collaboration. Here's what you need to know.