Science Says Kindness Can Make You a Better Leader

Todd Nordstrom, Content director at O.C. Tanner Institute, shares how science proves that kindness can make an individual a better leader.

He outlines three ways he found that simple kindness could bring more success as a leader at work.

These three reasons include the following: 1) Appreciation inspires greater results; 2) Connection leads to better ideas; and 3) Have the right tools.

Nordstrom points out that the cycle of working to acquire customers never stops. He recommends to use these tips to multiply customers. Read the Entire Article


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Why Upskilling Is Important For Society

PwC recently released a short documentary featuring business leaders, academics, NGOs, and policymakers why upskilling has become a priority for society, organizations, and governments. The...more

How Climate Change, Millennials and Tainted Donors are Impacting Philanthropy

In a Johnson Center's 2020 11 Trends in Philanthropy report, it analyzes upcoming and developing issues in the nonprofit industry. According to the report, millennials will make up more than half...more

Entrepreneurship in Nonprofits - Online Course

Future Learn is offering one of their courses, Entrepreneurship in Nonprofits, to help build the economic tools and knowledge needed to become a successful social entrepreneur. Topics that will...more

3 Ways to Increase Impact in the Social Sector

Misti Yang, Contributor for Lean Startup Co., features three social enterprise leaders in a webcast that addresses lean startup methodologies: Ann Mei Chang, executive director of Lean Impact, Amy...more

How to Get Better at Picking Creative Ideas

Justin M. Berg, assistant professor at Stanford University Graduate School of Business, investigates an understudied part of the creative process in a new paper that appears in Organizational...more

When Nonprofit Staff Find Themselves in Organizational Chaos

Carole Levine, principal consultant at Levine Partners, addresses how nonprofits struggle when things go down and how they are getting smaller, paper paychecks by the day, having an expensive COBRA...more

How Nonprofits Should Store and Protect Donor Data

In this BizTech article, it tackles how nonprofits can improve fundraising and efficiency by properly storing, securing, and managing their data and information while maintaining their donors'...more

Three Tips To Gear Up Your Non-Profit Marketing In 2020

Ashley Lipman, an award-winning writer, provides tips and strategies nonprofits could take to get more donors and build their brand. Lipman explores three strategies to help maximize marketing...more

13 Things You Ought to Know Before Considering Social Investment

In a Good Finance blog, it tackles a "no-nonsense lesson" in social investment, with 13 things that people should know before considering social investing. Emily Parrett, who writes the Good...more

Food for Thought: A New Program for Nonprofit Board Members
Foundation: Chester County Community Foundation

The Chester County Community Foundation and United Way of Southern Chester County will be launching a new Food for Thought program in January 2020. The program is geared for current and...more





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