Tag Archives: Nonprofit

10 Project Management Skills To Apply To Your Personal Life

Work projects really help us grow in our careers, especially when you’re first starting out. I know that many of the skills I rely on for my role — like prioritization, or managing deadlines — continue to be honed because of the projects I get to work on at my org.

So if these skills make us better at our jobs, why not adopt them when we’re off the clock too?

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Implementing a New System? Here’s What Everyone is Thinking.

“Our organization is transitioning to a new system.”

When a nonprofit leader first utters these words, it can turn our worlds upside down. Sure, you’ve heard the terms ‘CRM’ and ‘Sales force’ before. You may know people who’ve had something similar happen at their org. Now, it’s your nonprofit’s turn. Exciting, right?!

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The Case for Being Employed for Good

 

Hi, I’m Dee. I’m a life hack addict and I work for a nonprofit organization in New York City.

 

If you’ve ever worked in the social sector, you may think ‘‘nice, she’s one of us!’ If you aren’t familiar with the term, then you’re likely wondering “what does that mean, and who would work for a company that doesn’t turn a profit?” It’s a good question – one that I frequently get from relatives whenever the subject comes up. Continue reading