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5 Signs You May Need Help With Your Nonprofit Marketing

We’ve talked in previous blog posts about how important it is to track your nonprofit marketing metrics. You know the difference between vital metrics and vanity metrics. But all the data in the world doesn’t matter if you don’t know what to do with it — or, worse yet, if...

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How To Help Your Team Handle The Hard Stuff

Managing one’s own stress, anxiety, and exhaustion is hard enough.

But it often falls on the shoulders of nonprofit leaders to help their team manage feelings of pressure and overwork to prevent burnout

Not to mention, that a nonprofit’s day-to-day work often involves helping staff...

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Nonprofit Turnover: What It’s Costing You and What To Do About It

Employee retention among nonprofit organizations is a genuine challenge. But then, so is employee retention among private businesses. In fact, the situation is not as dire as you have been led to believe.

Nonprofit Turnover Is High (But Not As High As You Think)

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6 Signs You Should Let Someone Go From Your MarCom Team

Finding and hiring the right people for your Marketing and Communications Team is no easy feat. As the CEO or ED of your nonprofit, it’s on you to cultivate a workplace and environment in which your team can perform to the fullest.

But that said, it’s also your team members’...

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The 5 A’s of Nonprofit Delegation Best Practices

As we’ve discussed in previous blog posts, as the leader of a nonprofit organization, you can do anything, but you cannot do everything.

 

We know, however, that’s not going to stop you from trying.

Delegating is hard. It’s one of the hardest things to do as a leader of any...

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#143: Time Is Not Your Enemy

The pressure we put on ourselves because of time often makes us feel like time is the enemy. But it really isn’t. It’s more like a currency that is yours to spend as you see fit.

The question is - are you spending it wisely?. 

You might be working evenings or on weekends, just...

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#112: Greeting 2021 with New Optimism

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Recharge. Reboot. Reinvigorate.

For most of us, that’s what a new year is also about. 

But after a hard 2020 - and the time and effort it is going to take to recover in 2021 - I worry that my nonprofit marketing friends are almost afraid to greet the new year with...

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#72: Woman on a Mission: Laura Gisborne

In this podcast, I interview the amazing Laura Gisborne - a serial entrepreneur who has started nine different businesses in the past 30 years. Her current passion is Limitless Women, a community of business professionals who are also raising funds to heal poverty around the world. Last year...

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#65: My New Year's Wish for You and Your Nonprofit

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It’s the last podcast of the year, and first of all, a great big huge “Thank You” to all of you who have taken a listen. I can’t tell you how much inspiration I’ve drawn from your stories and struggles and triumphs as you promote the organizations that are...

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#38: Your Marketing Won’t Get Better Without THIS Plan

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Once time is gone, it’s gone.

It’s your most important resource, it’s incredibly precious (in fact, it’s kind of priceless),  and how you choose to spend it may be the most important factor to your nonprofit’s success.

If you aren’t getting the...

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