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August 21, 2018

5 Ways to Stay Motivated When You Don’t Think Work is Paying Off

It’s no secret that working in the nonprofit sector is challenging. You juggle budget issues, limited resources and always wanting to do more, all while keeping a smile brimming. It’s common to arrive at a place where you’re not sure the work is paying off. Most of us in the nonprofit sector aren’t here because we couldn’t make it anywhere else, but because we want to be here. The staff at Nonprofit Hub feels such a sense […]
August 17, 2018

Walk the Walk: Establishing Workplace Culture Outside the Office

Establishing workplace culture isn’t easy. It can makes months, if not years, of trial-by-error testing, and even then there’s no guarantee that your staff will react the way you want them to. And this makes sense: individuals have vastly different preferences and comforts. Making them all happy is about as easy as picking a movie they all want to watch on Netflix. One way to combat the struggles of creating a workplace culture is to […]
August 15, 2018

11 Nonprofit Thought Leaders You Should Be Following

Looking for some inspiration? Check out these social media accounts and websites from the best thought leaders the nonprofit sector has to offer. (Side note: many of these folks have spoken at Cause Camp, and, who knows, maybe some of them will come back in 2019!). 1. Julia Campbell (@JuliaCSocial) Julia is an author, consultant and speaker who helps plan and launch modern nonprofit marketing campaigns. She helps organizations get more visibility and online connections […]
August 13, 2018

How to Own Your Executive Director Role

One of the hardest parts of starting a new job is becoming comfortable with your position and all that it entails. Onboarding processes are helpful, but they can’t make you completely accustomed to your role. Owning your role take time and a whole lot of practice; it can several months to truly get in the swing of things. If you’re the executive director your role becomes harder still: you need to be a good manager while […]