Advancing Nonprofit Capacity

Monthly archives for June, 2014

It’s Time to Dig in

Last week, Ericka posted about how you should not overlook professional development opportunities, even when they are as simple as lunch with a colleague. I could not agree more with her assessment. Take time, at least once a week, to increase your knowledge of your organization or a particular subject. Gaining these skills will make […]

Don’t Overlook your Most Obviou...

*This is a re-post of a blog from last week, which was lost due to technical difficulty with the website. We apologize for the inconvenience. In a few short hours I will join my JustWrite Solutions colleagues for a professional development opportunity with Matthew Stombaugh, our Grants Project Manager. The presentation is one he and […]

Grants Demystified: Using Management ...

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Benjamin Franklin I started writing this article by looking for statistics on the number of nonprofits with a strategic, marketing, communications, development, human resources, etc. (you name it because this could go on forever) plan. But then I thought, let’s get real. How many nonprofits have […]

Fifty Shades of Green

I used to turn my printer on every morning when I booted up my computer. That sentence alone dates me. But today my printer is off more than it’s on. I submit grant proposals online. Pay bills and send invoices online. I put virtual “post-it-notes” on my computer screen. If my computer files get too […]

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