June 2, 2020
October 3, 2019
Maxie Carpenter Development Systems International

Maxie Carpenter Has a New Take On Nonprofits

Maxie Carpenter and Development Systems International have a new take on nonprofit leadership. Maxie asks the question, NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP: EFFECTIVE OR EFFICIENT?” Effectiveness has always been a driver of Leadership and nonprofit success, particularly since Peter Drucker formulated the rules and required habits of thought in 1967’s The Effective Executive. This book had an enormous impact on all kinds of leaders in all kinds of sectors, not just the for-profit marketplace because Drucker identified that doing the […]
December 29, 2019
Maxie Carpenter Shares 2020 New Years Resolutions

Maxie Carpenter Shares, “Top 5 Nonprofit Resolutions for 2020”

Maxie Carpenter shares the top five 5 RC Factors (Resistance to Change) in the Nonprofit Sector. The timing couldn’t be better to highlight five (5) recommendations for Nonprofits to adopt as New Year’s resolutions moving into 2020. These recommendations are deriving from five (5) significant trends that are reshaping the sector and will force Nonprofit organizations to either adapt and transform or be left behind. 1. The need to increase compensation for Staff will no […]
March 6, 2020
Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits

Maxie Carpenter Challenges Nonprofits to Self-Navigate

Maxie Carpenter challenges nonprofits to self-navigate into March of 2020! Moving fast, isn’t it? The pace of time and change isn’t abating and the challenges facing Nonprofits are accelerating accordingly. It feels like you’re being fed like a hummingbird with a fire hose, does it not? I’ve been writing for a significant portion of 2018 and 2019 about the trends that were going to manifest themselves in 2020 with significant impact. Truth be told, those […]
April 22, 2020
5 Things Nonprofits Can Do During COVID-19 MAXIE CARPENTER

5 Things Nonprofits Can Do During COVID-19 – Maxie Carpenter

5 Things Nonprofits Can Do During COVID-19 is Maxie Carpenter’s take on our current state of affairs. The COVID-19 pandemic is making it hard for so many of us to find our footing and figure out what we should do next—for ourselves, our families, our