Mission-driven organizations would do well to remember that they become the company they keep, and to take care in choosing the right collaborators.
Six lessons from the field.
Lessons from a new initiative aimed at supporting and developing new social justice leaders.
Developing leaders who understand shared values and focus on results leads to successful, sustainable social change.
Why strategic networking matters, and three ways to encourage new managers and other emerging leaders to do it.
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Nonprofits need to get smart about the competition for great talent.
The best social change leaders take risks when they need to, but they know better than to sacrifice themselves for the cause.
The toughest part of building a talent-rich organization is letting go of low performers—but it’s critical.
A growing body of knowledge is leading to happier teams and better choices.
We really can achieve impact at a scale that solves problems.