As a nonprofit, it is so important to be clear with your message. Your organization needs to talk to potential supporters, volunteers, program participants, staff members, board members, and more. Your messaging is competing with so many reputable and worthy alternatives simultaneously. If you confuse your audience, you will lose them. Think about it: a … Continue reading Communications Clarity
When I think about managing change, any kind of change, there’s a graphic concept that always comes to mind. The first frame of that graphic, “What we think change looks like,” is a straight ascending arrow pointing confidently from the present into the preferred future. The second frame, “What change actually looks like,” features a … Continue reading Write that Book!
Flourishing, energizing, life-giving, meaningful and purposeful, having impact – what a way to describe work! As I reflect on three decades of nonprofit work those words come to mind, along with trying times fraught with trials and challenges. I’ve seen the highs and lows while leading Human Resources with Chuck Colson and Prison Fellowship for … Continue reading Thriving Workplaces