What can you do if your organization has not prepared for a moment like this?
We spoke with Alison Wagner, Director of Volunteer Services and Complementary Therapies with the Hospice of Michigan and Arbor Hospice, known as the North Star Care Community and one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit hospices in the United States.
As we move through the first quarter of the new year, are you on track with what you and your team set out to accomplish? This LeaderNotes round-up has advice and insights to help.
We’re going to build relationships with new funders.
Every day at 3pm, I receive a calendar invitation on my computer that says, “take three slow deep Qigong breaths.” The first day that I received the invite I yelled at my computer, “Now What??!!!!” and then I had to laugh because I realized that I knew mys
For Queer Arts Leaders, the Personal is Professional: Beatrice Thomas and Kevin Seaman on Art, Equity and Showing up Whole
What does it mean to bring your full self – all of your identities – to your work and leadership? Two interdisciplinary artists share their experience.
(from left to right: Kate Kendall, Cristina Herrera, Carmez Vazquez, Chase Strangio)
We live in a time characterized by an accelerating rate of change and an increasing interdependence of systems, making the world around us more complex than ever.
When you were a child and someone asked what you wanted to be when you grew up, I bet you didn’t say, “I’m going to be a nonprofit executive!” I certainly didn’t. I wanted to be a school teacher.
"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act but a habit." – Aristotle
Each year, the Influence Nation Summit (previously known as MCON) brings together hundreds of people who are passionate about positively changing the world and exploring the influences that build and sustain social movements. This year, the Influence Nation Summit was held in Washington, D.C.