Competence is not the only key to building a strong team

You find a candidate for your job opening who has exceptional technical skills and extensive experience. Do you shout for joy and hire that person before someone else does? Or is there more to it? Oftentimes, organizations will hire for competence and fire for...

Why Your Website Should be Accessible

“Unable to display webpage.” “Poor network connection, try again later.” Do these statements sound familiar? Do they conjure up feelings of anger and frustration? The kind of frustration that could compel someone to throw their computer across a room? Trust us, we’ve...

Getting new board members on board quickly

Let’s imagine for a moment that you are the president or executive director of an organization and you have just hired four new people who report directly to you. You show them to their desks, tell them when to show up each day, hand them a manual full of policies and...

Leaning Into Who You Are

At any social function, the first question you are likely asked after introducing yourself is, “What do you do?”  Your response probably begins with a job title followed by some semblance of your job description.  When we consider our role within our organization,...

Accessible Events

You’ve just decided to hold an event and your mind becomes flooded with the countless to dos to make the event happen. You’re wondering where to begin and what to do next. When planning events that are open to the public, make sure that your organization’s events are...
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