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The tool your nonprofit needs the most

“A key tool for any non-profit organization is the strategic plan. A logical time frame for a strategic plan for a small nonprofit is three years. Year one would contain a lot of detail about the organization’s plans for the immediate future. Years two and three would have increasingly less detail. You might even add…


Public Relations more effective than Content Marketing

What nonprofit organizations can learn from the latest marketing study – We live in a frenzied era of tweets, pins, Vines, Diggs, pluses, blogs, channels and news sources. From a marketing standpoint, it can be overwhelming to think one has to cover all the bases. Here’s some good news: You don’t have to cover all…


The Secret Phrase Top Innovators Use

How might we? Sometimes we create our own limitations in our workplaces and lives, simply by the way we discuss challenges. Words can create worlds. Check out this Harvard Business Review article on the three little words that can change a thinking process and lead to creativity and innovation: How… Might… We…?


NEWS RELEASE: A Looming Nonprofit Leadership Gap in Jackson Hole?

    For immediate release 6/13/2012 Contact: Cindy Harger, JACKSON, WYO. — It’s been called “the greatest challenge” facing nonprofits in next decade. And it’s not the global economic situation or the economy’s impact on fundraising. The challenge is leadership. More specifically, the problem is finding enough willing and qualified nonprofit directors nationally to…


NEW RESEARCH: Outlook for Nonprofit Leadership in Teton County, Wyoming: Filling the Void or Left with a Void?

ABSTRACT: Nationally, studies of the nonprofit sector have revealed that many current leaders see themselves retiring or otherwise planning to leave their positions in the not-too-distant future, taking their experience with them. Meanwhile, follow-up research on the future workforce has painted a bleak picture. The number of senior job openings is expected to outpace the number…