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There is No Right Answer

I’ve been closely following The Center for Effective Philanthropy’s series on large, staffed foundations versus “lean foundations” that are seemingly able to avoid the problems of messy bureaucracy. The series has focused on dollars out the door relative to staff … Continue reading

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Nonprofits: Now is the Time to Build Strong Relationships

The Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship recently provided leadership perspectives on corporate citizenship, citing that business leaders are planning to increase corporate citizenship efforts over the next three years. If you read some of the vignettes, you’ll see that … Continue reading

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Don’t Check the “Diversity Box.” Be Inclusive.

Right now, “diversity” is a buzzword in my world, and the timing is apropos. I’m a member of Leadership Denver ’15, and our topic this month was inclusivity. Overall, the day was empowering and thought-provoking. And it struck a cord. … Continue reading

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