To bring to life the concepts and ideas discussed in the Great Rethink series, we bring together experts in the field, who can offer first-hand experience and important insights on these topics. This Q&A focuses on how changing policies around…
To bring to life the concepts and ideas discussed in the Great Rethink Series, we will be bringing together experts in the field, who can offer first-hand experience and important insights on these topics. Our inaugural Q&A on Workplace policy…
Two things happened when the pandemic hit at the beginning of 2020. First, in a matter of just a few weeks, almost all of us were forced to change our notion of “workplace,” as office-based jobs shifted to online work.…
If you are a leader in an organization committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, now is not the time to remain silent. Now is the time to show your colleagues of color that you value them and support them, and that you are committed to playing a leadership role in your organization’s anti-racist work.
Your ability to quickly reset your organization’s overall financial situation after COVID-19 will likely depend on attracting significant philanthropy. While all arms of your organization will make difficult sacrifices, your advancement team may be key to protecting your organization’s long-term viability, and you must work closely with leadership to assess, rethink, and reset critical staffing decisions.
As colleges and universities continue to work through the acute phase of the coronavirus crisis, Aspen Leadership Group saw a need to reach out to Vice Presidents to talk peer-to-peer and share challenges, successes, and ideas that could be shared more broadly. Don Hasseltine observed four key considerations for other advancement leaders as they enter the next phase of response, and collected innovative ideas to move forward.
Our Covid-19 Resources page offers the ALG community resources for navigating this difficult time. We have provided briefings on how to embrace donors and volunteers as partners, manage and motivate remote teams, and adapt to new realities for hiring and fostering team culture. Additional resources from the philanthropy sector address fundraising, CARES Act legislation and relief efforts for nonprofits, and recommendations from public health organizations.
Regardless of scale of need, every organization will benefit from a thoughtful, inclusive consideration of the board’s collective leadership responsibility.
Integrating women across your fundraising processes is not an all or nothing act; you can start from where you are today by taking small steps. Declaring a clear vision can be a powerful tool and first step.
Multiple attempts have been made over the years to “manage change,” often with little effect. What if instead nonprofit professionals sought to lead through change?