Taken from our full Resource Library hosted on our 4Good Platform, the following list represents our most recent additions to our resource content. Click here to access our full Resource Library. Members are encourage to follow us through their own 4Good account, collect sources, and add to the existing Resource Library.
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Guiding Principles for Executive Transition and Leadership Continuity Practice
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This essential resource offers the much-needed tools and a framework for implementing a pro bono program within a nonprofit organization. The book is based on the author's national research and profiles eight distinct models of pro bono service. The book includes information on how to create and sustain a successful pro bono project and offers guidance on negotiating and managing an effective program. In addition to providing blueprints for managing each stage of pro bono project, the book answers such questions as "how to tie pro bono into your strategic planning process and staffing plans," "how to build long term relationships with companies," and "how to turn pro bono into something bigger, long term and integrated."
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At the heart of Charting Impact are five powerful questions that require reflection and promote communication about what really matters â€“ results.
For each nonprofit or foundation, Charting Impact encourages strategic thinking about how it will achieve its goals. Responding to the five questions creates a unique report that shares concise, detailed information about plans and progress with key stakeholders, including the public.
Research conducted in 2012 shows that demonstrating impact to donors, the community or major funders is the number one reason why organizations complete their reports. This â€śahaâ€ť moment comes once they discover the added value that grows out of the Charting Impact process.
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Content from 2014 Alliance Conference session by Ellen Bristol
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Speakers and sessions of the 2013 Alliance National Conference in Newark, New Jersey.
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Presentation by Elsa A. Rios, Roadmap Consulting and
Brigette Rouson, Rouson Associates. From the Alliance for Nonprofit Management's National Conference 2013
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Presentation by Frances Kunreuther & Sean Thomas-Breitfeld, Co-directors, Building Movements Project. Presentation from the 2013 Alliance for Nonprofit Management National Conference
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Presentation and materials by Marissa Tirona, Senior Project Director, CompassPoint Nonprofit Services and Mohan Sikka, Managing Director, Community Resource Exchange. Presentation from the 2013 Alliance for Nonprofit Management National Conference.