June, 2017

Here you grow again!

By Ann M. Merkel, Senior Vice President and Chief Market Development Officer, The National Bank of Indianapolis Congratulations! As the leader of your nonprofit, you have successfully led your team in growing and fulfilling your organization’s mission. In fact, your organization is serving more people than you ever envisioned — or planned for! As we […]

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Job descriptions: Are they really necessary?

By Jeremy York, HR Field Representative, the Synergy Companies Most people are familiar with the term job description. It is the document that outlines items such as job responsibilities, experience, education, skills, etc. A dreaded document that most managers hate to prepare or fail to see the overall importance of having such a list. But […]

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Urban youth find power in the Constitution

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors Robert Walls is a problem solver. If you tell him you have tried everything and nothing seems to work, Walls sees it as a challenge to find something that will. In 2006, Walls was asked to judge the national “We the People” competition in Washington, D.C. What surprised this […]

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Improve fundraising performance with a development audit

By Andy Canada, senior consultant, Johnson, Grossnickle and Associates A development audit is a great “barometer” to measure the capabilities of your development office and to establish goals and strategies for future success. This internal assessment is a rare opportunity to get a fresh perspective on a strong development program and can allow you to […]

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