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Andrew Vaeth

June 6th, 2017

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  • The Makeup of the Ideal Board Member - The following is an excerpt of a blog post written by Brian Sooy, President of Aespire, and author of "Raise Your Voice: A Cause Manifesto," in which he recounts his decade of work on a nonprofit board of directors. The members of the boards I serve on embody character and leadership qualities that put the organization's interests [...]

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  • 5 Nonprofit Missions We Love - According to HubSpot, a mission statement “declares an organization’s purpose, or why it exists.” Often, the most powerful mission statements inspire change. They provide a general narrative of the organization, carefully outlining its goals and objectives. As a leader of a nonprofit, what’s your mission statement? Why do you do what you do? Below, we [...]

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  • Salvation Army The Salvation Army of Wooster Offers Aid “Without Discrimination” - The Salvation Army exists in cities across the country with the baseline mission of “meeting human need without discrimination.” At the Salvation Army of Wooster, Captain Madelaine Dwier and Lieutenant Ashley Ferrell work together to serve people who are at risk and in need support: financially, spiritually, and related to social services. We sat down [...]

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  • Higher-Education 5 Ways to Advance Your Institution’s Communication Across Campus - A Special Feature for Higher Education Teams As educators of the next generation, colleges and universities are more pressured than ever to stay one step ahead of evolving business and technology trends. It’s no wonder that the higher education technology landscape exploded in 2017 (with nearly 600 vendors, says Eduventures). New technology includes enrollment management, [...]

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  • Avoid-Board-Burnout How to Avoid Nonprofit Board Burnout - Between work responsibilities, volunteer and networking opportunities, personal commitments, and more, board members lead busy lives. As a nonprofit leader, it’s up to you to keep your board members motivated and excited about your mission. But, it may be hard to do when members are feeling overworked and bogged down. Over time, this leads to [...]

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  • The Makeup of the Ideal Board Member - The following is an excerpt of a blog post written by Brian Sooy, President of Aespire, and author of "Raise Your Voice: A Cause Manifesto," in which he recounts his decade of work on a nonprofit board of directors. The members of the boards I serve on embody character and leadership qualities that put the organization's interests [...]

    Read More...

  • 5 Nonprofit Missions We Love - According to HubSpot, a mission statement “declares an organization’s purpose, or why it exists.” Often, the most powerful mission statements inspire change. They provide a general narrative of the organization, carefully outlining its goals and objectives. As a leader of a nonprofit, what’s your mission statement? Why do you do what you do? Below, we [...]

    Read More...

  • Salvation Army The Salvation Army of Wooster Offers Aid “Without Discrimination” - The Salvation Army exists in cities across the country with the baseline mission of “meeting human need without discrimination.” At the Salvation Army of Wooster, Captain Madelaine Dwier and Lieutenant Ashley Ferrell work together to serve people who are at risk and in need support: financially, spiritually, and related to social services. We sat down [...]

    Read More...

  • Higher-Education 5 Ways to Advance Your Institution’s Communication Across Campus - A Special Feature for Higher Education Teams As educators of the next generation, colleges and universities are more pressured than ever to stay one step ahead of evolving business and technology trends. It’s no wonder that the higher education technology landscape exploded in 2017 (with nearly 600 vendors, says Eduventures). New technology includes enrollment management, [...]

    Read More...

  • Avoid-Board-Burnout How to Avoid Nonprofit Board Burnout - Between work responsibilities, volunteer and networking opportunities, personal commitments, and more, board members lead busy lives. As a nonprofit leader, it’s up to you to keep your board members motivated and excited about your mission. But, it may be hard to do when members are feeling overworked and bogged down. Over time, this leads to [...]

    Read More...

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