The Top Three Non-Profit Jobs of the Future

Curated from Fast Company, written by Amy Sample Ward The nonprofit world kicked off 2017 with a bang and, in some cases, a much bigger budget. That’s creating some job openings. For many in the nonprofit world, 2017 kicked off with a bang. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) continues to rake in record donations, including from tech

Why the world needs more tri-sector athletes

Curated from Harvard Business Review, Written by Nick Lovegrove and Matthew Thomas The critical challenges society faces — such as water scarcity, access to education, and the rising cost of healthcare — increasingly require the business, government and nonprofit sectors to work together to create lasting solutions. But this is only possible if the senior executives

Book review: Year of Yes, By Shonda Rhimes

HOW TO DANCE IT OUT, STAND IN THE SUN AND BE YOUR OWN PERSON At first glance, you might not think this will be all that relevant to the business of charities, but what it does is share Shonda’s journey to pushing herself out of her comfort zone. Shonda Rhimes is an honest and funny

Give up the bad stuff, but don’t give up!

Curated from Medium Corporation, written by Zdravko 13 Things You Should Give Up If You Want To Be Successful                               ”Somebody once told me the definition of hell: “On your last day on earth, the person you became will meet the person

Simon Sinek’s eloquent but provocative take on Millennials [VIDEO]

How to Be Interesting When Everything Has Already Been Said

Curated from Entrepreneur Mag , written by Parth Misra Knowing how to tell your story makes all the difference. Anyone who’s been writing for any length of time knows the feeling — that goose bump-filled rush of epiphany as you realize the idea you just had is just out of this world. “No way has

‪5 Business Trends That Will Take Off in 2017

Curated from Entrepreneur Mag, written by ‪@JeffreyHayzlett Last year, 2016, is in our rearview mirror, so it’s time to look to the trends in 2017 that will change how we do business: For instance, in my travels around the country to conventions and keynote speech engagements, I’ve noticed that the faces of the audiences keep getting

Six books to help make 2017 better at work

In the past week I’ve heard more than enough people saying how glad they are to see the backside of 2016, and welcome 2017 with a sigh of relief. Hopeful, aren’t they. Some have been struggling with personal difficulties in the past year while others have had enough of Donald Trump, fake news and terrorist

Ever wonder if you’re a good boss?

Are You A Good Boss? Test Yourself With These 5 Questions Curated from, written by Lisa Quast Think you’re good at managing people? Most managers, when asked, provide a glowing commentary of their stellar people management skills. Yet research has demonstrated the opposite. A Gallup study of 7,272 U.S. adults revealed that 50 percent

Beware the 10 innovation killers

The Innovation Killers are insidious behaviors that you need to get rid of now! Curated from, written by Tom Koulopoulos After 30 years of watching and helping companies that struggle with innovation I’ve realized that there are a few things that most often stand in the way of innovation. I call them the Innovation Killers;