Management

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.

BC Societies Act: The transition is in full swing

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
May 16, 2018

If your organization is based in BC, you need to be up to date on changes to the BC Societies Act.

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.

Stop swimming in the shallow end of self care

Written By: Lianne Picot
May 9, 2018

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?

How to get your website to rank higher in Google

Written By: Lelia MacDonald
April 25, 2018

Want to increase your search ranking with Google? Try these 5 tips.

Inspiring Leadership: A crucial competency

Written By: Lianne Picot
April 18, 2018

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

Greening the sector: How to create a more environmentally sustainable nonprofit office

Written By: Susan Fish
April 18, 2018

We spoke with environmental organizations to find out what sustainability practices have worked in their offices - and how you can bring these same practices to your organization.

Top Canadian charity law compliance issues for Canadian registered charities

Written By: Mark Blumberg
April 11, 2018

Is your charity at risk of making some of the top compliance errors affecting Canadian charities?

Free essential software guide for nonprofits: Essential productivity tools

Written By: Kasra Zokaei
April 11, 2018

Part one of the free essential software guide for nonprofits covers essential productivity tools.

How to create positive change when working in a dysfunctional team

Written By: Susan Fish
April 4, 2018

Working on a dysfunctional team? Here are 10 ways you can create positive change.

I’m passionate about the cause. Do I really need to learn to read and understand financial statements and reports?

Written By: Gordon Holley
March 28, 2018

The ability to read and understand your organization's financial statements is an essential skill for any director or senior staff member.

Digital Transformation: What it is, why it's important and how to get started

Written By: Lee Rennick
March 28, 2018

Find out how to get started with digital transformation at your organization, in this first in a three-part series.

Stronger together: Working toward increased allyship in Canada's nonprofit sector

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
March 21, 2018

We speak with the panelists of a recent webinar, The Role of Allyship in Reconciliation, to explore the how we can be better support allyship in Canada's philanthropic sector.

Ontario's Bill 148: Minimum wage, maximum impact

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
March 14, 2018

How are nonprofit organizations responding to the new labour laws recently introduced in Ontario?

Looking toward the future: Building on the legacy from Canada 150

Written By: Susan Fish
March 7, 2018

How will Canada's nonprofit philanthropic community build on the momentum of Canada 150 to continue to strengthen the sector?

Time for a refresh: The practice of sabbaticals in the nonprofit sector

Written By: Susan Fish
February 28, 2018

Nonprofit professionals are increasingly looking to sabbaticals to help them recharge their careers.

How to give feedback that engages and motivates

Written By: Anne Comer
February 21, 2018

How to use the CPR method to provide feedback that will engage and motivate your staff and volunteers.

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