How to Write a Great Not-for-Profit Mission Statement
Are you struggling to find the right words to convey your mission? This video will help you to craft a unique mission statement for your not-for-profit organization. How should you start? How might you organize your words to share your important work? This short video will get you underway to writing a super not-for-profit mission statement.
You’d like to work with a non-profit coach to build your career and your organization’s capacity. How can a coach help you to make a dramatic improvement in your nonprofit? What skills should you seek in a nonprofit coach? How will your non-profit coaching experience standout? This quick video gives you a flavor of the non-profit coaching experience and more.
Writing a not for profit vision statement is an exercise of the head and heart. You need a compelling, exciting, and realistic picture of your future. Listen to this video to get some quick tips to get you started to write an inspiring vision statement for your nonprofit organization.
Two Hard-boiled Eggs and the Importance of Ranking Your Values
Behind five travelers and their roller boards in Hudson News in the Denver airport. Two hard-boiled eggs sat in a refrigerator case.
After jiggling to the case, I grabbed the eggs, then bumped my way to the end of the checkout line. The line moved quickly until the women ahead of me, stopped everything. She had two children and three rollers in tow. “I’d like to make a return,” she said to the clerk. “I bought this five minutes ago.” …
Your board members are active at meetings, but otherwise uninspired to help with fun social media and easy fundraising tasks. List to this video to discover your next steps on this good-to-have-challenge.
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Are You at Risk of Running Aground Instead of Reaching Your Vision? | How Can You Get Your Staff to Move in the Right Direction?
It was a dark and clear night.
We were ending a Bahamas cruise in a 40-foot motor sailor. The captain sat at the wheel. I stood at the navigation station, desperately searching. My job was to find one flashing every-three-seconds green light at the harbor entrance.
The problem? After dark, Ft. Lauderdale’s ablaze with lights. The consequence of failure? Run aground or be run down by a cruise ship.
Ahead hundreds of lights flashed. Car brakes. Street signs. Tankers, like …