We’ve got a lot of work to do. Here’s the good news: we in the nonprofit sector have hard work in our bones and, as we emerge from this fraught election season,…Read More
We can learn a lot about ambiguity from Keith Richards, who once said, “I look for ambiguity when I’m writing because life is ambiguous.”
Since the Industrial Revolution…Read More
It started early last week when the Foundation Center computers would not connect to…Read More
I recently encountered this topic in a Forbes Leadership article – How Agile Working Has Impacted Our Workspace.
Although there were elements of the article that seemed beyond my work…Read More
CNE had the great fortune to meet at our Executive Director, Cristine Nardi’s, beautiful farmhouse in Nelson County for our staff retreat.
Flanked by rolling hills, wildflower meadows, rambling trees, and a couple of red…Read More
Enough. I’ve had enough. Of the tragedy and heartache all around me, the deep injustice, the systemic prejudice, the terrorism here and abroad, the senseless violence, the grief and…Read More