2 Reports You Should Read
When I was making a presentation last week, one of the nonprofit leaders in the group said "I'm realizing I'm not the only one not getting it right. It’s clearly a problem that smaller nonprofits have with measuring and talking about impact. Just hearing this is validating.”
How to Adjust Evidence-based Practices
Use expertise to adjust the program to meet the needs of your specific clients, your budget, the context.
The Trick to Getting Buy-In from Funders
In two simple and efficient pages Strategic Impact Maps and Impact Statements allow nonprofits to (a) state why your work is important and urgent and (b) the specific immediate impacts people to get from working with you.
Nonprofits & Strategic Data Collection
I had this wonderful opportunity to speak with Jay Smack on The Good Eye Podcast about the straightforward strategy I've developed that ensures nonprofits have data that helps them do work, and which communicates return on investment for funders - all this while being no more difficult to manage than a budget.
Client Success: Madison House Takes Back Their Story
This was Rose’s question for me: “How do I balance what's good for the clients, what funders are impressed by, what potential clients' (students and nonprofits) are impressed by, and what grants ask for when all this stuff doesn't line up?