Communications insights and best practices for mission-driven organizations, B corporations, nonprofits, for purpose organizations, foundations, philanthropy, and the social sector.
Do you ever wonder why people think of your business as a “best-kept secret?” Are you frustrated because you can’t seem to connect with new customers?
I joined a new association last week. After a disappointing signup experience ( A sign-up form that did not work, requiring me to fill out the form multiple times), I realized I never received any formal welcome.
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The president of a major philanthropy walked into the meeting room carrying an annual report from an education-focused nonprofit and laid it on the table next to the annual report from his organization. Resting his hand on the nonprofit’s report, he said, “This is one of the most beautiful pieces I’ve seen in a long time.”
These four insights will help make you a better communicator, nurture trust, and build loyalty.
I always return from conferences energized by the things I’ve learned and inspired by the people I’ve met, with the desire to enhance our approach with those new perspectives.
Four dimensions of communication and culture empower leaders like you to achieve clarity for your organization.
I hesitate to even mention the word innovation. It is so quickly applied—to a mission statement, a description of a program, an approach to program delivery, to social entrepreneurship—when used often enough, it becomes meaningless.
If you want the people your organization cares most about to connect with its mission and impact, you need to be clear about why, how, and what you do in a manner meaningful to your audience.