Simple, common sense approaches to issues are often the least expensive and most effective. Continuously having to replace staff is very costly and the true cost is never known. Ramp up time for the new employee, lost client service opportunities and two of the costs that cannot be calculated. The time it takes to recruit […]Read more
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We made a preliminary call on a local nonprofit. They wanted to meet us and asked whether or not we would facilitate a workshop to come up with a “Yearly Work List.” We asked if there were documents about how they did this process. We needed to determine exactly what the organization was looking to […]Read more
Last week the Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership at Rice University hosted an insightful lecture by Dr. Bob Reid on transparency in private philanthropy: “A Foundation of Trust: Should Private Philanthropy be More Transparent?” (see featured image) Reid is the Executive Director of J. F. Maddox Foundation, a private philanthropic institution in Hobbs, New […]Read more