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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.

A bird in the hand: Whether to take a job or wait for a better offer

Written By: Susan Fish
May 4, 2016

Not sure if you should take a job offer or wait for your dream job? Employment counsellors offer sage advice.

Four tips to help you secure and prepare for your next job interview

Written By: Shineece Wallace
May 4, 2016

These four tips can help you get the interviews you want, and then prepare accordingly.

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.

Do you have bad boundaries? An interview with Sheena Greer

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
March 23, 2016

Find out why having good boundaries is an important part of working in the nonprofit sector in this interview with Sheena Greer.

How to cope with unemployment uncertainty

Written By: Tina Hurd
March 16, 2016

One of the most difficult things about being unemployed can be facing the uncertainty that comes along with it. Here are tips to help get you through a difficult time.

Why fundraisers leave their jobs: An interview with Abbi Haggerty

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
March 16, 2016

Abbi Haggerty's new research explores why fundraisers most often leave their jobs.

Generation Gap: Understanding how different generations approach the workplace

Written By: Marie Logan
March 9, 2016

We explore the different generations and their approach to the workplace.

How to negotiate a raise at your nonprofit job: An interview with Marc Pitman

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
February 24, 2016

Think you deserve a raise at your nonprofit job? Marc Pitman offers advice and tips.

Job search advice for fundraisers: An interview with Phil Gerard

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
February 17, 2016

Whether you are a new fundraiser looking for your first job or a veteran looking to move from a small shop to a larger organization, you'll want to check out recruiter Phil Gerard's advice.

Recorded webinar: How to track achievements for career success

Written By: CharityVillage
February 11, 2016

Learn why it is important to keep track of your achievements and how to get started in this recorded webinar.

Career portfolios give you a competitive edge

Written By: Dana Zaruba
February 3, 2016

Use a career portfolio to get a competitive edge in job interviews and moving up in your career.

Managing change and transition in your work life

Written By: Luciana Longo-Cavaliere
January 13, 2016

If you're feeling a little stuck while going through the process of a career transition, you aren't alone.

How can you become a successful fundraising consultant?

Written By: Mazarine Treyz
January 6, 2016

Think you might be ready to strike out on your own as a fundraising consultant? Read this article first!

Stress and the job hunt: Are we dealing with stress the wrong way?

Written By: Dana Zaruba
December 30, 2015

Changing the way you approach stress could have positive effects on your job search.

Why being of service is the best form of networking

Written By: Tamara Puhalo
November 18, 2015

One of the smallest but most critical investments you can make in growing your network is being of service.

Healthy boundaries, healthy workers: How good workplace boundaries help nonprofit professionals

Written By: Sheena Greer
October 14, 2015

Do you need help setting stronger boundaries? These tips can help!

A lasting impression: Why you need to send a follow-up letter after your job interview

Written By: Christine Cristiano
October 7, 2015

If you aren't sending thank you letters after your job interviews, you're missing out on the chance to make a lasting impression with a potential employer.

Job Search Essentials: How to create a powerful personal brand statement

Written By: Dena Marcos
September 23, 2015

Follow these three steps to create a powerful personal brand statement.

New post-secondary programs offer unique opportunities to nonprofit professionals

Written By: Susan Fish
September 2, 2015

Could a post-secondary program specifically focused on the nonprofit sector be what you need to advance your nonprofit career?

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