Lessons From Last Time

Lessons From Last Time

Recession or not a recession? That is the question. Every CEO and Board member is worried about this. An economic downturn. High inflation. All of it could be problematic for your nonprofit. I say ‘could’ because it doesn’t have to be that way! Even in a recession,...
When Big Numbers Lie

When Big Numbers Lie

Fifteen years ago this month, I was appointed CEO of a wonderful nonprofit. This organization ran a nursery and kindergarten. What made them special? They were the first of its kind in Israel to have kids with and without disabilities learning together. It was a...
Five Social Media Mistakes To Avoid

Five Social Media Mistakes To Avoid

It’s called social media cause it’s meant to be “social.” It’s a conversation with followers and with your target audience. But far too often I see nonprofits who are simply not engaging in conversation. They’re busy broadcasting their latest news. Their most recent...
Response Time

Response Time

You ask your kids to do something. No answer. You ask again, in a pleasant voice. Still nothing. You ask a third time but this time it’s without a smile. No response from the kids. Finally, you walk into their room and you raise your voice and that gets a response....