As many of you know, The Association launched the first digital Compensation and Benefits Survey in 2019, and we’ve recently compiled data received from animal welfare organizations all across the United States, Canada, and beyond. How do salary and benefits at your agency compare with those in other regions and of similar budget size? Check out the Executive Summary , and read on for some notable findings.
In his recent webinar on crisis engagement, Matt Lehrman, founder of Social Prosperity Partners, gave substantive and actionable recommendations to help you protect the external and internal relationships upon which your organization depends. Today he takes a close look at the role your mission statement can play.
As we navigate through these uncertain times, it’s important to be open to possibilities—and to learn to use the tech tools that are out there in effective ways. Could online board meetings offer us new ways of engaging board members, now and in the future? Nonprofit management expert Jeanne Allen shares some great ideas on how to bring folks together online in her recorded webinar, How to Have a Successful Online Board Meeting.
Are you finding back-to-back-to-back remote meetings tough? Steven Rogelberg, PhD, author of The Surprising Science of Meetings, shares some of the reasons virtual meetings are so challenging, and outlines 4 steps that facilitators can take in the planning process to make meetings more effective. Studies have found that an astounding 55 million meetings are held daily.
Written by Jim Tedford, President & CEO of The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement, and Trish Dewald, Executive Vice President, Phoenix Innovate Please welcome first-time guest blogger, Trish Dewald. The Association is pleased to announce our new partnership with Phoenix Innovate, a Detroit-based provider of innovative communications and fundraising services.
High-fives all around for the incredible leaders that comprise our Board—outgoing and incoming!.
Creating the map for an organization is a great responsibility, and if you follow the steps outlined in this post, you’ll learn a lot, make a bunch of friends and set the course for the foreseeable future..
While humility is usually a good thing, it can also cripple an organization, especially organizations that rely on volunteers..