Articles

The 3 Traits You Need to Inspire Trust in Your Company

While not originally intended for nonprofits, the 3 traits; Competency, Sincerity & Relevancy are imperative if you want your members, donors and staff to trust in your organization. Read More

4 Ways We Can Resolve to Be More Hospitable in 2019

In January we see lots of posts and commercials about improving our health in the New Year. They remind us that we, the Jewish community, also need to make our communities healthier when it comes to audacious hospitality. Here are 4 ways we can be more hospitable in 2019. Read More

Being Thankful Is Not Enough

Originally published at Thanksgiving, this article outlines steps we can take year-round to cultivate a culture of gratitude at our organizations. Because we need to be better at recognizing and appreciating the people who make this work successful. Read More

Are You Ready to Take Alumni Relations Seriously?

It's not just for Alumni Relations, consider these methods for donors and members too.  If you put in the work to cultivate a strong, ongoing relationship you will end up with a diverse, continually growing, and personally motivated source of support. Sounds pretty good, no? Read More

Advice Process: Revisiting Organizational Decision-Making Structures

Moving toward an Advice Process decision-making structure is not a single leap. And this process cannot replace good governance. But, Rabbi James Greene believes it is a framework builds trust that is hard-earned through the work of relational team-building. Read More