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As a nonprofit professional, you know how important it is to continue learning about the field through educational resources. Due to the growth of and advancement in technology, frequently changing trends, and adjustments in the fields of marketing and public relations, if you’re not learning in the field, you’re likely falling behind. Have you ever […]
Education is a key element of the services that organizations provide to their communities. Learn how a learning management system for nonprofits can help.
Written by Alondra AyalaAugust 12, 2020 | 3 min. read The decision to pursue a career in the nonprofit sector comes from a strong desire to change the world. The desire stems from volunteer work, participating in fundraisers, a trip we took, or from our own life experiences. Regardless of the spark that ignites the fire, we […]
Written by David LeFebvreAugust 5, 2020 | 4 min. read In our world, we talk about inclusion, especially related to diversity and equity. We need to be more inclusive. How inclusive is our hiring practices? How do I use inclusive language? Businesses, nonprofits, and corporations have identified that inclusive practices are critical to their success, but I think it is […]
When my sons were little and I was dropping them off at a friend’s house, my last caution was always, “Now be on your best behavior and maybe you will get invited back.“ I was repeating what my mother had said to me . . . and her mother before her. Southern nice-isms to which […]
A Quarantine Survival Guide for Nonprofit Employees In the past weeks, as thousands of nonprofits shifted to remote working environments, we saw a flood of resources and tips for how to keep your mission moving forward in a virtual workspace. Although many thought we would be working from our kitchen table for only a […]
Remote working can become a breeding ground for worries … Managers worrying that they don’t have a sense of what their staff members are doing. Employees worrying that their managers think they are doing laundry instead of working. Everyone worrying about the disruption and chaos that has become their new normal. (Not to mention those of us worrying about not having enough toilet paper!)
Mobile wifi hotspots come in two forms: either built into a smartphone, like an iPhone or an Android phone, or as a standalone portable gadget. This offers a solution for remote employees with poor wifi reception.