Human Resources

How Canadian organizations are using Facebook for engagement and advocacy

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
September 19, 2018

Facebook has become an integral tool for many nonprofits - but not solely for posting updates.

The Small Nonprofit Podcast: Succession planning when there is no one to succeed you with Lianne Picot

Written By: The Good Partnership
September 13, 2018

In the second episode of The Small Nonprofit Podcast, Lianne Picot discusses how to implement succession planning when there is no one to succeed you.

Employee Recommended Workplace Award establishes three recruitment community partners

Written By: CharityVillage
September 10, 2018

CharityVillage is proud to be a recruiting community partner to the Employee Recommended Workplace Award.

How to build your personal resilience

Written By: Dr. Marie-Helene Pelletier
September 6, 2018

Try these six ways to build your personal resilience.

Five things you need to know about harassment investigations

Written By: Randi Chapnik Myers and Dr. Stephanie Bot and Donna Marshall
August 29, 2018

If your organization is faced with a harassment complaint, it is vital that your investigation is done properly.

Taming the negativity factor in relationships

Written By: Bill Howatt
August 16, 2018

Don't get caught in a negativity cycle in your working relationships. These tips will help you turn things around.

An alternative to moving up the ladder: Could a lateral shift be right for you and your organization?

Written By: Susan Fish
July 18, 2018

Is a lateral shift, instead of moving into management, the right thing for your career?

Interim leadership: What it is and why it's beneficial

Written By: Third Sector Company
July 11, 2018

If you are preparing for a leadership transition at your organization, you may want to consider hiring an interim leader.

Mixing things up: Why it's important to embrace change

Written By: Erin Spink
June 20, 2018

Are you doing things just because you have always done them that way? It might be time to mix things up a little!

CNIB Hub: Where barriers meet opportunity

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
June 6, 2018

The CNIB Toronto recently launched a revolutionary new space with a focus on career support for visually impaired Canadians.

Inspiring Leadership: Focus on the big picture

Written By: Lianne Picot
May 30, 2018

The second of a six-part series exploring the why and how of inspiring leadership in the nonprofit sector.

Putting your values to work

Written By: Janice Cunning
May 30, 2018

Could tapping into your personal values contribute to a better, happier work life?

Top tips for nonprofits recruiting on campus

Written By: TalentEgg
May 23, 2018

Follow these 5 tips to more effectively recruit students and young people to your organization.

The whys and ways of assertiveness at work

Written By: Eileen Chadnick
May 23, 2018

Is a lack of assertiveness holding you back at work?

How the heck do you motivate yourself and your employees? Part Two

Written By: Kathy Archer
May 16, 2018

In this follow-up article to part one, Kathy Archer explores how to use the Procrastination Equation to better understand and motivate your staff, using a real world example.

Stop swimming in the shallow end of self care

Written By: Lianne Picot
May 9, 2018

How the heck do you motivate yourself and your employees? Part One

Written By: Kathy Archer
May 9, 2018

Understanding the Procrastination Equation can shed light on how to motivate yourself and your staff.

Before signing on, what not-for-profit CEO candidates must ask

Written By: Julie A. Rosen
May 4, 2018

Before accepting a CEO position, make sure you have good answers to these 8 questions.

Overcoming Founder's Syndrome: Practical tips for founders, boards of directors and employees

Written By: Susan Fish
May 2, 2018

These tips will help founders, boards of directors and staff prevent and deal with Founder's Syndrome.

Learning to let go: Understanding Founder's Syndrome

Written By: Susan Fish
April 25, 2018

Is Founder's Syndrome really a problem with the founder, or is it a wider spread organizational issue?

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