Is Your Greatest Income Challenge What You Think It Is?
Answer honestly. During the past week have you said or thought one of the following?
I’m so busy.
Things are hectic.
There’s too much to do.
You’re not alone. Time management is the number one challenge nonprofit leaders face. You wear many hats besides the one attached to your title. No matter your role, you support the mission and income growth. You charm and engage board members, donors, customers, volunteers, and newcomers.
Here’s the reason time management so critical. You …
Do you need to find revenue for your nonprofit organization? This brief video outlines the six nonprofit revenue streams that fund the sector. Can you guess the top three streams that provide 75 percent of the sector’s revenue? Most people, even experts in the sector, are surprised!
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Why You Need a Giving Policy? How Can You Write a Good One?
Getting too many requests for donations? Failing to get intriguing applications? Here are just three, of a half dozen, reasons why a giving policy, will help you to solve these challenges and more.
The process of making a policy invites you to clarify your values without dealing with specific individuals or causes at the same time. Using the policy will improve your decision making. As you review proposals, you’ll think, “We love this, and it fits with our …
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 …