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The Millennial CEO Is Here And Embracing A New Approach To Leadership
Three Reminders For Nonprofit Leaders During COVID-19
According to a study conducted by Pew Research in 2018, there are anywhere between 5 million to 11 million Millennials taking on upper management roles over the next decade. In what has been coined one of the largest leadership transitions in history, many of these Millennials are taking over significant-sized organizations from the Baby Boomers and Gen X’ers who founded them. In doing so, they are changing culture as well as shifting strategy.
“I have been blessed with so much and I really want to give back and make a difference.”
All across the country, nonprofit leaders are panicking. Whether they have been forced to reimagine program delivery or are seeking...
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How a Board of Directors Can Make Your Mission
Turning Your Supporters Into
Fundraisers: Helping Stakeholders
Make The Ask
ow technology has changed how we appreciate donors and how to express gratitude and thoughtfulness in the digital age.
On days when stewarding your nonprofit's cohort of passionate people feels like a bit of a mess, the reality is...
Are your board members hesitant to ask their networks for money? Do you struggle to enlist your current donors as fundraisers?
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How To Get Your Board Excited About Year-End Fundraising
Don’t know how to ask your board to get involved in year-end fundraising?
Do You Tell Your Donors The Truth? You Should!
One was the board chair of a global NGO who had just left a board meeting, recognizing for the first time that...
4 Creative Ideas To Reach Millennials On #GivingTuesday
Ready to reach millennials on #GivingTuesday? Alyssa Wright arms you with four creative ideas to engage...
Nonprofits Need to Create a Vibrant Culture of Philanthropy
From development director turnover to boards that won’t fundraise to founders who stay way past their prime, the nonprofit sector lets a scarcity...