A Grantmakers for Effective Organizations publication that explores a sampling of the leadership development being utilized now in the nonprofit sector. Also contains case studies about leadership development.
Our national crisis of disparity and despair will not be healed through what has somehow become a normative disaster response in philanthropy, where foundations spend a little more and nonprofits struggle to meet a surge in demand.
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and Rutgers Institute for Ethical Leadership are excited to announce the launch of The Nonprofit Professionals of Color Collective, a new monthly leadership series beginning this month.
On December 17, PNY celebrated an incredible group of philanthropy professionals who had come together over ten months to build a more networked philanthropic sector and support one another in their professional learning.
The Macquarie Group Foundation is inviting nominations for its David Clarke Social Innovation Fellowship, which enables heads of NYC-based nonprofits to visit and research best practice social innovation around the world.
A recent evaluation of an American Express program to help develop leadership skills in the nonprofit sector showed the program has had a profound impact on graduates, and that participants have sustained important leadership behaviors.