The chairman of the board explained his perspective about directors benefiting from board service: "Because our board members are volunteers, the best way to ensure they receive payback is give them first bite at business opportunities in the association." In other words,...
As a business leader, you might have years of experience and the confidence of your organization behind you, so it may be tempting to think your job is to always have the right answers. But great leaders have to inspire the same curiosity, creativity, and deeper thinking...
If you have sent a mass email to your members before, I’m sure you can relate to the nervousness as you hit the “Send” button. Even though you have triple-checked each field and asked a co-worker to proofread it for you, the indelible nature of the send-off...
Volunteers come to you for different reasons. They’ve learned different skills from each of the jobs and have different motivations, making each volunteer’s contributions unique. If you want these busy professionals to...
Your career center is a place where employers come to find the top talent within your niche or industry. To help them attract more job views and applications, consider sharing with them these five simple steps to writing effective job postings.
Fiduciary duty and duty of care are paramount legal responsibilities of all nonprofit board members. Financial mismanagement, or worse yet, embezzlement can occur within in any organization. If there is a dollar to be had, there is potential for bad things to happen.
Too often, we see the traditional meeting format of keynote, breakout sessions and then networking events at night. The flow of information during the day is one-way, or two-way at best. The juiciest conversations often happen...
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