A new report about thousands of nonprofits in danger of closing is sobering but reminds us of the generosity of Americans during a crisis.
The pandemic has done us a favor and forced us to find new ways to hire employees. As a result nonprofit recruiting will never be the same.
Switching to the nonprofit sector is not a late-career walk in the park or an automatic fit for everyone working in the for-profit world.
The first rule of nonprofit executive search is “move quickly.” Slow progress on filling a leadership vacancy can be costly.
The pandemic has created the perfect environment for nonprofit leaders to experiment, reinvent their organizations and bring about change.
Recent research indicates that first-time CEOs enjoy more success than experienced executives.
It is no secret that 2020 disrupted the nonprofit sector in significant ways. With so many organizations relying on person-to-person delivery models and highly interactive workplaces, social distancing and work-from-home mandates were often difficult to embrace. On the bright side, many organizations adapted and, in the process, found new—and sometimes cheaper and more effective—ways to […]
Ten months into the COVID-19 crisis, nonprofit organizations are still trying to find their way forward.