Tapping the Great Potential of Female Philanthropists
Read the ten ways to better engage high-net-worth women donors, and work with them to effectively invest in women and girls, and other social causes.
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The Philanthropic Attitudes of the Ultra-wealthy, According to Their Advisors
Why and how do the world’s richest people give to charity? A new philanthropy study reveals trends of the world’s wealthiest.
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The Importance of Linking Leadership Succession, Strategy, and Governance
Whether one’s starting point is a leadership transition, board development or strategy, case studies teach us to recognize and embrace the interrelated nature of these processes.
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Save the Date to Celebrate Strong Nonprofits
Join us for CNE’s Annual Celebration of Strong Nonprofits on Tuesday, June 7, from 5pm to 7pm.
Last June we were fortunate enough to gather together more than…Read More
Improv Tools for Organizational Impact
Learn how the art of improv can help nonprofits stay grounded in what they are, while simultaneously allowing nonprofits to creatively respond to the ever-evolving needs of the people they strive to serve.Read More
Nonprofit Risk Management Report a Must-Read for Nonprofit Boards and Execs
Read an insightful report from SeaChange Capital Partners and Oliver Wyman on all of the conditions inherent in overseeing a nonprofit’s budget and their recommendations on risk management.
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Why Nonprofits Need to Give Workers a Sense of Purpose
Many nonprofit leaders assume that their mission is enough to make work meaningful for their teams through extrinsic rewards, but researchers suggest a purpose gap exists among most nonprofit workers. Explore how nonprofits can shrink this purpose gap without…Read More
Are Millennial Runners Influenced by Philanthropy?
Nearly all millennial runners have participated in a running event that supported a cause or charity—but the cause wasn’t the primary reason they participated. Learn more on how to improve your charitable races with these findings.Read More
The Power of Convening for Social Impact
Bringing people together in an environment that encourages and facilitates idea exchange is one of the most powerful communications strategies for driving change and progress.
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What Are Nonprofit Boards Concerned About in 2016?
The Nonprofit Quarterly conducted a “pulse” survey of nonprofit boards major concerns in 2016. Read more to discover the concerns of nonprofit boards across the country.
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Calling All Board Members
If your organization relies on philanthropic gifts, then board members are critical assets in building a strong culture of philanthropy. Board members are your most strategic volunteers, offering their time, talent and treasure to your mission, and can be…Read More
Community Engagement Matters (Now More Than Ever)
Data-driven and evidence-based practices present new opportunities for public and social sector leaders to increase impact while reducing inefficiency. Learn how leaders can design and implement programs in ways that engage community members directly in the work of social…Read More
A Checklist for Making Faster, Better Decisions
The Harvard Business Review explores ways to consistently make better decisions by using practices and technologies based on behavioral economics.
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For nearly a quarter century, a network of research and advocacy groups has kept a close eye on US state-level policymaking. Read more about how state governments affect nonprofits.Read More
Meet our New Membership Manager
We’re excited to introduce you to Andrew Robinson, CNE’s new Membership Manager. For information about CNE membership and the tools, programs, and resources we have…Read More
How to Select the Right Freelancer for the Work
Public and private sector organizations are increasing their dependence on external expertise. Selection of freelancers often looks at the obvious: expertise, relevant experience, cultural fit, availability and cost. But beyond these basics, Harvard Business Review has found…Read More
A Policy of Service: Batten Student Consultants Lend a Hand to Non-Profits
Learn how UVA public policy students are utilizing their analytic skills as consultants for Charlottesville nonprofits.
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The Role of Philanthropy and Nonprofits in Increasing US Voter Turnout
Virginia’s primaries are now behind us; however, we still have 9 more months of the presidential election ahead. Voter turnout is projected to remain modest, so what can the social sector do to improve voter turnout in…Read More
Join the Positive Revolution
Appreciative Inquiry, in a nutshell, asks, “Who are we when we’re at our best, and how can we get more of that?”
No learning how to do…Read More