Why not come and find out? This July 27th, at 5:30pm at 2500 Exposition, Howson library in Austin, Texas, we’ll be listening to Lisa […]
Are you nervous? You’re going to do so well! So remember, this is a TWO-Way interview. You’re hiring them, not just the other way […]
Jamel Debbouze in Amelie
When I saw Amelie in 2001, I loved Jamel Debbouze’s character, Lucien. He overcame the barriers presented to him, and ended up running the fruit and vegetable stall where he had previously been abused and oppressed by the owner for being disabled and for being of a different race. It nearly made me cry, when he was being slapped by the manager. My emotional reaction was a hint that I needed to do something.
ALL MINORITY GROUPS ARE UNDERREPRESENTED AS NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS.
So are you: 0. Thinking that your nonprofit is looking out for you, and will reward all of your hard work with more money […]
How can you show your respect and regard for someone? You can deeply listen to them. Often I think that a lot of what […]
It’s impossible of course. You’ll never know if you are or not, or who is. You’ll never know how much someone else had help […]
The excellent Rosetta Thurman recently wrote a blog post about “Whites Only” nonprofit leadership. It focused on how the Nonprofit Times had their list […]
Ms. Wittenberg-Cox says, “The real issue isn’t salaries. That is a symptom of a deeper issue: a massive corporate mis-adaptation to today’s talent realities and the subsequent inability to retain and develop women as well as men. I call this “gender asbestos.”
Who makes your workday go quickly? Who is always there if you need to go grab a cup of tea and vent? Who is […]
Managing Others Development is a crucial department for any nonprofit organization. Not only are development staff tasked with getting all money for the organization, […]