Practice November 7, 2018
Effective communication is not just about getting your message out. It requires you to strategically tap into what shapes people’s feelings and values. Here are five principles that will help you connect your work to what people care most about.
Global July 10, 2017
Too often both funders and practitioners fail to focus on an indispensable ingredient in youth development: relationships. The Search Institute has developed a framework based on decades of experience that places strong relationships at the core.
Global June 26, 2017
More social organisations need to ask themselves whether their services benefit the people they aim to help. Nasreen Dhanji and Roshan Paul talk about how you can refine existing models to make them more efficient and impactful.
Global May 29, 2017
The social sector’s collective quest for innovation might actually be misinformed and counter-productive. Christian Seelos and Johanna Mair argue why it is time to move from innovation as an ideology to innovation as a process.
Global May 1, 2017
Do funders use knowledge to inform and improve their work? If so, how do they use it? What role does it play? Find out what Lindsay Louie & Fay Twersky’s research discovered about how funders make decisions.
Global April 24, 2017
Poor language can trip up the best nonprofit mission statement. And when people are confused they don’t fully engage, says Erica Mills in this article for SSIR. The good news, though, is that the problem can be fixed.