Successful grant writing not only offers nonprofits a way to attract outside funding, but it also helps support an organization's vision and goals. Strategic grant writing looks to align identified needs of the nonprofit (and its clients) with funding sources, whether foundations, government agencies, corporations, or individuals. Learn more about the six stages of grant writing in our latest infographic.
There’s no escaping the fact – in today’s business world, networking is an absolutely essential skill. But is there a secret to effective networking? Chris Colbert, managing director of the Harvard Innovation Labs and a world-class networker, says successful networking consists of two key ingredients: courage and content. Check out our latest Skye Learning video to find out more.
There’s more to negotiation than just haggling over price. Successful negotiations can help you solve problems, preserve relationships, and avoid future conflicts. Our latest Skye Learning video explains how negotiation can make a big difference for your business.
A clear strategy is the essential foundation for any successful digital marketing effort. Our latest Skye Learning video outlines the five key questions you need to ask as you develop your digital marketing strategy.
The storm has been building for years. Now it’s hitting with full force.
The storm currently battering the nonprofit sector is a generational one. Leaders of the nation’s 1.6 million nonprofits are old (the median age for mid- and upper-level nonprofit manager is 52, according to a 2018 nonprofit leadership survey), and getting older. And like a lot of Baby Boomers and older Gen-Xers, they’re ready to retire.
The robots are coming. Now what are you going to do about it?
According to a 2017 report by McKinsey Global Institute, advanced automation—including robotics and artificial intelligence (AI)—could eliminate as many as 73 million jobs in the U.S. by 2030. While some workers displaced by automation can easily switch over into similar tasks, the report concludes that up to 54 million Americans will need to be retrained for entirely new jobs.
If you’re thinking about going to work for a nonprofit (or even starting your own), you should know that the nonprofit world is not for everyone. Our latest Skye Learning video explains eight key differences between nonprofit organizations and for-profit companies, to help you decide which one would be the better fit for you.