Category Archives: Nonprofit Boards

Risky

by Daniel Martinage, CAE Do you know where your next biggest threat looms? Having a risk management system in place before you actually need it is imperative for nonprofit organizations of all types and sizes, and that includes large volunteer … Continue reading

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Strategic Planning for Nonprofits: Planning to Plan

by Daniel Martinage, CAE Making the commitment to undertake a strategic planning project is an extremely important first step, but once you’ve done this, what can you do to ensure you begin on the right foot and continue on track? … Continue reading

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Understanding Consensus

by Jane Haskell Last time, in Making Group Decisions – Six Options, we talked about the six decision-making options: spontaneous agreement, one person decides, compromise, multi-voting, majority voting, and consensus building. We know that the facilitator, group leader, or the … Continue reading

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Not So Pretty In Pink

by Daniel Martinage, CAE This past weekend I facilitated a workshop on Keeping Your Board above Board for a small nonprofit organization based in New Mexico. Part of our discussion centered on the need to have crisis plans in place … Continue reading

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