Micromanaging, lack of transparency, sticking to the status quo—when leaders embody these principles, nonprofits can’t grow. Also: When it comes to microcredentialing, put learners first.
The National Association of Secretaries of State’s #TrustedInfo2020 campaign will help promote state and local election officials as sources to go to for accurate election information.
Don’t let fear hold you back from having important conversations about D+I. Also: ways to show member appreciation without the swag.
The Protect Press Freedom campaign, ahead of the 2020 presidential election, emphasizes the challenges and sacrifices journalists make in reporting and presenting the news.
Waiting for the right moment to give a performance review? It won’t come. Also: The importance of introductions to strengthen your community.
When employees serve in multiple roles, leaders are under pressure to manage better—which calls for a more questioning, encouraging management style.
A recent study connects a strategic plan with optimism among association leaders and staffers. That's great—just make sure the board is engaged too.
Whether it’s your staff facing a workplace conflict or tension between you and a coworker, it’s worth validating the tension—and understanding why it’s there.
Association leaders need to think ahead. But don't dismiss looking at the past for ways to do that.
Many employees want their organizations to put more focus on mental health issues at work. It's not an easy conversation to have, but it’s one that matters, recent research finds.