Networking Know-How

Networking Know-How

By Emily Stumhofer Nonprofit leaders often wear multiple hats and many of us begin our workday with an impossible to-do list and a packed schedule. Once you have a clear schedule and routine, there may be little time left for workplace activities that aren’t...
Valiant Volunteerism

Valiant Volunteerism

By Erin Gloeckner Community service is a way of life for some folks, and those folks help nonprofit missions move forward each day. My own experiences volunteering at a health clinic, a community event planning board, and an animal shelter were in some ways more...
Managing Remote Worker Risk

Managing Remote Worker Risk

By Melanie Lockwood Herman You’ve either heard the gossip about remote workers, been the subject of comments about your engagement as a remote worker, or perhaps you’re a dreamer, longing to replace an expensive, lengthy commute with a short walk to your...
The Dark Side of Leadership

The Dark Side of Leadership

By Melanie Lockwood Herman and Emily Wilson “Sadly, the nonprofit sector is not immune from the harm that destructive leaders leave in their wakes. Destructive leaders are those whose actions cause catastrophic effects on everything from staff morale to workplace...