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Redefine Philanthropy as a Cultural Revolution

NonProfit PRO

As donations decline and donors look elsewhere to support good causes, nonprofits should consider a cultural revolution around philanthropy.

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'Start With Culture Change': The Work Boards Must Do Before Launching Diversity Efforts

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Nonprofit leaders, trustees, and consultants discuss what can go wrong when organizations focus on board diversity without first creating an inclusive board culture.

Culture 171
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Jewish Nonprofit Boards Perform Well But Need to Diversify, Build Stronger Cultures

NonProfit PRO

A new report shows that Jewish nonprofit boards perform well but could build stronger cultures, diversify, and improve in other ways.

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9 Steps to Guarantee Growth by Focusing on Culture

NonProfit PRO

Here are nine steps to remember when building or rebuilding the culture at your highly aligned, dynamic organization.

Culture 283
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3 Ways to Drive a Culture of Philanthropy Instead of a Culture of Charity

NonProfit PRO

There is a lot of talk in our industry about developing a culture of philanthropy. But what does developing a culture of philanthropy really mean in the day-to-day life of a nonprofit professional? It’s the hot buzzword these days at strategic planning sessions and board retreats.

Culture 279
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The Importance of Positive Nonprofit Office Culture

NonProfit PRO

Today’s nonprofit employees better understand the concept of workplace culture. Currently, the job world is upside down due to factors such as employees working from home, compressed or hybrid work schedules, salary constraints and new demands from employees who feel like they control the job market.

Culture 264
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Organizational Culture Is a Verb, Not a Policy

NonProfit PRO

In newer startup organizations, culture begins to take shape through experiences led by those at the top. Culture doesn’t happen on day five, day 50 or even day 500. . The inaugural leader has their own vision and values they bring to the table, which the organization experiences over the long arc of time.

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