Tag Archives: nonprofit management

Technical Assistance: Happy New Year 

Posted on by by David Grant, former president and CEO, Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation 

For those of us involved with the Dodge Foundation Board Leadership Series, each New Year actually begins in the fall. We leave the champagne and hugging for January, but we do a pretty good job in October of looking ahead with a sense of hope and new possibilities. Our New … Continue reading

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Pro Bono Partnership Pundit: How to Spot and Address Conflicts of Interest in the Board Room

Posted on by Dodge

We’ve all seen the headlines about possible conflicts of interest in the news lately, in stories of national interest and importance.  The topic is also important for all nonprofits to understand and address properly, regardless of whether those organizations’ activities … Continue reading

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Board Leadership: Programming Your Nonprofit Fundraising GPS

Posted on by Allison Trimarco, The Nonprofit Center

How to Help the Board Find a Fundraising Route that Works We know that boards of directors can play a critical role in fundraising for a nonprofit — but we also know that this is a chronic area of concern … Continue reading

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Meet the Board Leadership Series Facilitators

Posted on by By Elaine Rastocky, Dodge Foundation

Have you ever participated in a workshop that promised to be engaging yet despite excellent content, you find your attention lagging? There are a number of criteria for successful workshops, but for me, given effective content, the facilitator either makes … Continue reading

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