Why Trust Is So Important As A Leader by @customers_shoes http://t.co/iBilA9av7y via @B2Community
A nice post on the power of trust in leadership. I’ve been a big fan of the Charles Hazlewood TED talk. Good to see it embedded here.
(Charise Flynn is the chief operating officer at Dwolla, a payment network that allows any business, organization, or person to send, request, and accept money.
Getting serious about online social media fundraising strategies? Then you should read this.
Looking to improve fundraising? Here are 10 ideas for donor segmentation that could help you out.
Strategically carving up your donor base can be a critical part of a successful campaign.
I’ve always been told to look at nutrition labels, but I totally don’t understand what I’m looking at. Is there something in particular I should look out for?
A smart article on a better way to evaluate food labels.
Ever feel uncomfortable giving someone else suggestions for improvement? You don’t need to worry any longer. Harvard Business Review reveals that even though no one likes to give negative feedback, everyone wants to hear it.
I’m not sure if I agree with this premise, but I guess I love to be challenged intellectually.
As wonderful and fascinating as the brain is, it is not always your friend when it comes to achieving goals.
This post takes a refreshingly more casual approach to brain theory and goal-setting.
by Phillip Henderson President, Surdna Foundation; Vice Chair, BoardSource Board of Directors When I took the job as president of the Surdna Foundation in 2007, I was not surprised to be showered with flattery and pursued …
This is a heartfelt explanation of what it’s like to serve on a board from someone we can all say is a board pro.
As Stanford GSB professor Bob Sutton explains in a recent essay, there are plenty of positives to be found in traditional organizational structures.
There’s a reason every politican claims to be an enemy of bureaucracy and red tape.
Nice post on Inc. Mag’s site about hierarchy in management, how it appears, and why it’s necessary.
How powerful is a mind? Supercomputer takes 40 minutes to map 1 second of …
I’m thinking now that my old Pentium processor just isn’t cutting it.
While the principle behind being socially responsible is a genuine desire to share and make a difference, there is also a strong business case.
We in the nonprofit sector have been doing social entrepreneurship for decades. We just need to claim the “business” side a bit more.