Goals? Benchmarks? Outcomes? All so confusing … What do all these words mean? Well, today we discuss why the one word you need to know is TARGET! Join us as we discuss how powerful targets can be in achieving your best!
The great resignation has provided us an opportunity to shed some light on what others are already doing when it comes to workforce. Join us as we continue the conversation on innovative workplace solutions.
Over the past few weeks, we have talked to leaders about how to build great boards of directors. Today, we’ll debrief what have we learned so far about building and nurturing great boards. We’ll be talking about: — How your board balances mission and fundraising — How you know you have the right people on the board — How to make sure your board is your best ally.
If you watch our shows back to back, you saw a replay with Anne Yurasek of Fio Partners last week. And guess what she was talking about, Strategic Planning. Well, as you know, we’re doing a board series and instrumental to boards, our strategic plans or the planning process for the future of an organization. And who else do we bring on then Anne Yurasek, she’s back. So, grab a cup of coffee, sit back for the next 30 minutes and let’s hear why board members are important to the strategic planning process.
Nonprofits are changing and adapting all the time, but is your Board changing? Join us as we hear from Sharon Danosky of Danosky Associates what Boards need to do to transform.
How can we support leaders throughout their careers? Today we are talking with Forrest Helvie, Director of Professional Development for Connecticut Community Colleges and Melissa Harris, Director of Network Services at Fio Partners about leadership programs for seasoned leaders
In this episode, we learn from two leaders who participated in a leadership program specifically for emerging leaders of color. We’ll hear what they learned, how this program was different, and their advice for future leaders of color.
Is the great resignation real? What about quiet quitting? And what does this mean for workers, organizations, and communities? We’re sharing our observations on the state and the future of the workforce.
Many organizations threw their Strategic Plans out the window when the pandemic hit, but strategic plans are an essential tool to organizational performance. Join us as our guest, Anne Yurasek, Principal at Fio Partners, tells us why nonprofits should develop strategic plans now more than ever.
Many organizations are struggling to find enough workers. Today we’re talking about innovative solutions to preparing workers. Serial social entrepreneur Charles Wilson joins us to discuss some of his innovations and share his perspectives on effective workforce development.
I help mission-based organizations measure their impact so that they can do what they do well. I started my nonprofit career as a teacher in workforce development and adult basic education. It was important work and I was worried that we didn’t really know if we were doing it well. In the process of trying to answer that question, I got a Masters in Education and a PhD in Social Policy, and became an evaluator.