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The nonprofit workforce speaks is being offered to nonprofit organizations nationwide to help them best understand how their workforce thinks and acts when it comes to job satisfaction, engagement, and seeking work. In addition to first-hand testimony, this ebook offers ready-to-execute steps for attracting, engaging, and retaining talented employees in a highly competitive job market.

“You can use hashtags to monitor charity and non-profit news, find new people to connect to and participate in related events without ever leaving your office. But rather than go on a random keyword search for relevant hashtags, check out these hashtags that every nonprofit expert should follow.”

Fundraising organizations know that if they can establish a relationship and loyalty up front, the dollars will come. Even if they don’t, those committed young fans will contribute in all sorts of valuable ways: volunteering to help with the mission-driven work of the organization, recruiting other supporters, amplifying messages and stories online and on social media. Good thing there’s a new white paper about all of this as it applies to fundraising!

At the heart of all organizational capacity building is workplace culture, and nonprofits and foundations are no exception to this rule. The problem is that culture is usually thought of as being about high-level values and concepts, but in reality it’s made up of a complex network of behavior-focused cultural building blocks. Until we work on those, we won’t see the results we want – e.g. stronger capacity and sustainability – and the lack of attention on culture can even hold us back.

It would be impossible to know what the most shared blog post of all time would be, given the sheer volume of posts (including viral ones) that are released every single day. But if there is one website that embodies popular posts as a concept, it has to be Buzzfeed. Read this analysis.

Your one-stop shop for the most interesting association jobs – and the best candidates for them.

Are you going to #18NTC? You may have heard that session voting is open. Here’s a quick roundup of some great sessions – please vote for these if you love them as much as I do!