Put Georgia Nonprofit NOW at the top of your summer reading list!
Looking for some new, fresh reading this summer? The newest issue of Georgia Nonprofit NOW is packed with provocative stories about engaging the social sector with nonprofit causes, the secrets of one nonprofit’s leadership transition success, and a revolutionary money-making model for money-losing operations.
This issue features research from The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and GCN, revealing that most nonprofits aren't ready to replace their leaders. Read on to find out how you can get ready for ‘Who’s next.’
Are your nonprofit employees productive and happy? Original research from Opportunity Knocks shows you how best HR practices drive engagement and retain next-generation talent. Additionally, Alicia Phillip, president of The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, shares her thoughts on grantmaking trends and what state legislators need to hear from the sector.
Love the Atlanta Ballet? We have inside information on how this nonprofit organization’s ED and board chair develop trust, ignore hierarchy, and how they resolve disagreements almost before they happen.
Are you curious to learn how we built momentum on Georgia’s coast to create high-performing nonprofits? Hear from six nonprofits and two funders as they testify to the powerful mix of training, networking, and custom coaching offered byour two-year program, Momentum. And if you want more from Momentum, check out our mini-documentary to hear stories straight from the people who took part.
Have you re-visited your funding model lately? Author and national nonprofit consultant Allen Proctor thinks you should be—with a profit-making social enterprise. Discover his “dual business-model” for helpful sustainability tips.
A lot has happened to the sector coming straight from lawmakers in the Gold Dome. Check out our advocacy round-up.
Do you want to read NOW, right now? If NOW isn’t on your office desk, click here find out how you can get it delivered to your mailbox.
Read on, and enjoy!
Casey Bruce is a Communications Coordinator at the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.