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February 26, 2019

4 Reasons Why Cause Camp Isn’t Your Average Nonprofit Conference

Cause Camp 2019 is just one month away! We’re so excited to unite all the best people, resources and ideas the sector has to offer under one roof. Here, unlike most nonprofit conferences, you’ll find so much more than run-of-the-mill speaker lectures, cheap coffee and goodie bags filled with pencils. It’s about something deeper—it’s about you and your organization, and your Cause Camp experience informs every decision we make. We think these four things elevate […]
February 26, 2019

6 Questions to Consider Before Selecting a New Workspace

This article is sponsored by MINDSPACE. Big-picture issues exist for nonprofits and other non-governmental organizations (NGOs) when selecting a workspace. Will the new location and set up help us drive forward the mission and serve our constituents? Does it promote growth and comfort for employees? When selecting office space, NGOs face unique challenges while simultaneously benefiting from distinct advantages. Many of today’s organizations drive office space innovation as necessity spawns great ideas. If you’re considering […]
February 23, 2019

What the Growth in the Nonprofit Sector Means for You

Good news, folks—the nonprofit sector is looking more lively, vital and resilient than ever. Results from the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society’s 2019 Nonprofit Employment Report show that the nonprofit sector is not only one of the largest employment forces in the nation, but also a significant contributor to employment growth, even in recessionary periods. Here’s what these positive conclusions mean for you and your organization. Note: This study used statistics from 2007 to […]
February 21, 2019

Why You Should Hire Slowly (And Fire Quickly)

One of the most important pieces of advice I can give to growing nonprofits is something that I heard years ago from a business consultant: be slow to hire and quick to fire. It may sound heartless, but we often rush to fill open positions and then are slow to act when we realize we’ve made a hiring mistake. As a 30-year nonprofit consultant, I’m no longer surprised to hear of organizations suffering from revolving […]