10 Strategies for Nonprofit Success

10 Strategies for Nonprofit Success

For over 20 years I had the luxury of helping organizations plan, design, implement and evaluate their programs and processes. That meant I went in and got out, leaving the major decisions to the leadership. Then almost two years ago I created, resourced, implemented,...
Stop Time Wasters: Tools to Take Charge of Your Time

Stop Time Wasters: Tools to Take Charge of Your Time

It’s often said that time is money. This statement overlooks a crucial difference. Money that’s lost can often be returned or re-earned. In contrast, time is a nonrenewable resource. Each hour that ticks away is lost, never to be regained. This means that time is...
Want a Healthy Workplace?—7 Ways to Practice Integrity

Want a Healthy Workplace?—7 Ways to Practice Integrity

Bob Marley said, “The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.” Integrity is defined using terms such as uprightness, soundness of character, moral wholeness,...
5 Essential Ingredients in Building Effective Teams

5 Essential Ingredients in Building Effective Teams

Working in teams is more critical than ever because millennials that are flooding the workplace work best in a team environment. There are five essential ingredients that must be in place for a team to be effective. When teams go awry we tend to look on the surface...
8 Ways to Say NO Gracefully

8 Ways to Say NO Gracefully

This is an excerpt from a longer article I wrote for the Huffington Post on saying NO. Since I write that article I have had many people tell me that refusing is difficult for them, but necessary. There is an art to refusal but there are also barriers that keep us...

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