It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, which means it's also looking a lot like 2018 is right around the corner. Most businesses take this time out to celebrate and wind down but if you run a nonprofit or are part of the process of running one, you know that there's not a lot downtime when mission needs to be complete. In fact, most nonprofit "end of the year" is on June 30th, but that doesn't mean that you can't take this time to reflect and regain momentum.
A common question that I often get asked from nonprofit organizations that I meet with is "How do we engage our board members?" Having a board that is actively engaged and dedicated to your organizations' mission, vision and fund development is essential for lasting success.
Here are five tips for getting better engagement from your board members so that your organization can reap the benefits.
Recently, the organization I work for was asked to virtually participate in promoting an upcoming rally to for women's issues. In the promotion packet we were asked to use Thunderclap so naturally I went to research it and couldn't believe that I never heard of it before. I mean the White House uses it so you know that it's dope!