What Does Money Have to Do with Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Leadership?
Less than you think.
But, still a lot.
Money is a tool. You need money to buy resources to support and further your entrepreneurial efforts.
Creating change is not free. If you’re an entrepreneurial leader, you need more resources than leaders satisfied with the status quo.
Money is Also an Outcome of Nonprofit Entrepreneurial Leadership
Revenue growth results from entrepreneurial leadership. Sometimes your income improvement is direct: you sell a …
How to Deal with Crazy Ideas from Your Favorite Supporters: Added Value Video
You love your supporter, but sometimes they come up with impossible, even dangerous ideas. Here are some tips on how to work with the challenge of bizarre ideas and to transform them into help for your nonprofit.
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Can You Can Get There from Here? Three Elements of Good Planning
Planning is one of the many overused but little-understood terms tossed around nonprofit organizations. Recently, several consultants from this blog were organizing an audio-conference for nonprofit board members on the topic. We started by defining planning. Fifteen minutes later, we had also uncovered more questions than we had answers. If it took three experts fifteen minutes to begin to define planning —you will undoubtedly find some uncertainty in your organization.
Do Me First! The Critical First Step in Developing an Income Strategy
Most nonprofits know where they want to go. Like New Englanders in January, everyone agrees, they want to go south in February. Likewise, your nonprofit may agree that your “south” is to improve the quality of the bay water, the readiness of children for kindergarten or the lives of people with developmental disabilities. While you may know the direction, effective planning demands that you stop and clarify the coordinates of your destination. After all, Miami, Tucson, and the Caribbean are …