Management

Getting started with RFPs: A guide for Canadian nonprofit organizations

Written By: Alyson Queen
November 9, 2016

Thinking about applying for an RFP? Read this first!

Networking for good: How to represent your organization at events

Written By: Nadine Riopel
November 3, 2016

Not sure how to networking and mingle when representing your organization at conferences? These tips can help!

Education, reconciliation and the nonprofit sector

Written By: Henriette Thompson
November 2, 2016

What role does the nonprofit sector have to play in reconciliation?

In pursuit of human rights: Defining the legacy of Canada’s labour, co-op and healthcare movements

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
October 26, 2016

Part two in a three-part series outlining the history of social change in Canada.

Vital Signs 2016: Exploring connection to community and belonging in Canada

Written By: Lee Rose
October 20, 2016

A new national Vital Signs report explores how a feeling of belonging to a community fosters a desire to give back.

The best board member orientation: How to set your new directors immediately up for success

Written By: Susan Fish
October 5, 2016

Getting new board members up to speed quickly is essential to keep your organization running smoothly.

Creating a new legacy: How Canadian nonprofit organizations can support reconciliation

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
September 28, 2016

How can your nonprofit organization support reconciliation in Canada?

Toward Equality: How Canada’s social movements moved the needle on social change

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
September 21, 2016

Part one in a three-part series outlining the history of social change in Canada.

Is your nonprofit workplace contributing to mental health or mental illness?

Written By: Dr. Stephanie Bot and Donna Marshall, M.A.
August 25, 2016

It's in everyone's best interest to create a psychologically safe workplace.

Recorded webinar: Get ready for Ontario's new harassment and sexual violence legislation

Written By: CharityVillage
August 25, 2016

This recorded webinar offers an introduction to Bill 132, Ontario's new harassment and sexual violence legislation.

A national charity census: Mark Blumberg's Snapshot of the Canadian Charity Sector

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
August 24, 2016

Mark Blumberg's Snapshot of the Canadian Charity Sector offers an insightful look at the Canadian charity sector.

Effective self-care strategies: How to recharge the right way to avoid burning out

Written By: Susan Fish
July 20, 2016

If you head home at the end of every workday to crash out the couch and binge watch Netflix, you might just need a new strategy for recharging.

Building a stronger sense of belonging: Community foundations working hard to celebrate Canada's 150th

Written By: Susan Fish
July 1, 2016

Canada's community foundations are helping celebrate the nation's milestone birthday in 2017.

Creating a sense of balance: Finding flexibility in the nine-to-five workday

Written By: Susan Fish
June 22, 2016

Is it possible to find flexibility in a typical 9-5 nonprofit workday?

Five reasons introverts make great nonprofit leaders

Written By: Trina Isakson
June 1, 2016

Contrary to popular belief, introverts actually make excellent leaders. Here's why.

The cult of busyness in the nonprofit sector

Written By: Susan Fish
May 25, 2016

Have you succumbed to the cult of busyness? We talk to the experts to find out how to break the cycle.

Nonprofit boards: Marketing and fundraising

Written By: Lelia MacDonald
May 11, 2016

As a board member, are you asking your executive director the right questions about fundraising and marketing?

Katimavik: A study in nonprofit resiliency

Written By: Andy Levy-Ajzenkopf
May 11, 2016

Once threatened with extinction when government funding dried up, Katimavik has not only survived, but is looking ahead to a light at the end of the tunnel.

How the Salvation Army hired 16 new employees with unprecedented efficiency

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
April 27, 2016

A case study showing how a program services director at the Salvation Army was able to effectively and efficiently hire 16 staff for a new homeless shelter.

Should I stay or should I go? Tips for dealing with a difficult boss

Written By: Elisa Birnbaum
April 27, 2016

Career counsellors offer tips on how to deal with a difficult boss.

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