Category: Leadership Coaching

Learning to Work SMARTER

I remember when I was assigned to read the book entitled, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.” by Stephen R. Covey.  I was a student in grad school and was struggling with balancing my graduate studies, a full-time job,

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How to END a Partnership

We never really talk about this because we don’t want to consider that the partnership might now work out, however there are many reasons for partnerships to not continue forward. Here are a couple: There’s no NEED for the Partnership

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Rushing Into Partnership

We all believe that having a healthy strategic partnership is a great thing but many times we rush into partnership without asking some really important questions first. I had an early experience in “partnership building” while in college. I remember

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Be Thankful In Your Fundraising

We celebrate Thanksgiving here in the United States tomorrow, and it’s a day that’s set aside for us to stop and be thankful for all that God has done for us and provided for us. Of course, we celebrate this

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5 Fundraising Questions You Might Be Asking

Recently, I wrote to a number of non-profit leaders asking them a couple of questions about fundraising issues they have experienced, and out of the responses of about 25 global leaders, I want to answer 5 questions on fundraising for

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Fundraising Begins With The Message

This past week, I had the privilege to provide some training to a group of leaders in the Philippines. I was presenting a couple of workshops on how to recruit team members and how to keep team members. In both

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Boards that Rock!

Most of us have served on a committee or a board that has functioned extremely bad. You know, the ones that start super late, once they start, the one in charge did not really plan that well and is unorganized,

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Make Your Board WORK

Like any organization, the Board of an organization is a work in progress. Most boards are always changing, adapting, stalling or redefining. This is normal because we live in a world where change is a part of every conversation, every

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Different Types of Boards for Different Organizations

When you speak of board leadership and accountability, it becomes very important to understand what the board’s responsibilities are.  Some boards have not defined the role of the board or, more importantly, the role of the board members. That can

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Hunting for Owls (Leveraging WISDOM)

“The wise old owl”. That’s how most of us think of these nocturnal birds of prey. The link between owls and wisdom most likely began with their association with Athena, the Greek goddess of wisdom. Athena was often depicted holding

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