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June, 2020

Five behaviors to drive your leadership in times of crisis

By Sara Johnson, director, IU Executive Education, O’Neill School Unprecedented times. It’s the phrase we keep hearing over and over from leaders around the world to describe the major shifts we’re seeing across all sectors due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. And in these unprecedented times, we must provide unprecedented leadership. IU Executive Education at […]

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Nonprofit start-ups give former inmates new options

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors Last year, nearly 10,500 adults were released from Indiana Department of Correction’s custody. In Marion County alone, 2,485 adults, of which 203 were females, rejoined the community. While some find programs that help with their re-entry, other former inmates struggle. According to research, however, adults who find immediate, comprehensive […]

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In today’s environment is strategic planning still valid?

By Jan Breiner Frazer, managing member, Planningplus, LLC In this country, we have experienced a number of events during the last two decades that resulted in immediate impact on business and industry, beginning with 9/11, followed by the 2008 recession and the far-reaching Affordable Care Act. But in those cases, we could somewhat foresee the […]

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Where tax-exempt plans are focusing in uncertain times

By Sandy McCarthy, president of Retirement Services, OneAmerica In the face of these uncertain times, we’ve seen new-found levels of appreciation and respect for the organizations providing vital assistance to our communities and citizens. As you know, hospitals and healthcare systems, social and community-service organizations, and religious institutions have stepped up to provide care, support […]

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Pandemic helps nonprofit see new path

By Lynn Sygiel, editor, Charitable Advisors By sheer numbers, very little good has come as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In the U.S., there have been more than 2 million cases, more than 110,000 lives lost, nearly 40 million people unemployed and no clear signs that better times are close. But for two Indiana […]

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