Month: January 2016

What To Do When You’ve Inherited a Consultant

In a recent post, I talked about the pros and cons of inheriting a consultant. This week, I want to continue that thread by explaining how to identify red flags, what to do about them, and how to say goodbye if needed. Red Flags While I’m all for entering a new relationship with an inherited …

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A New Year’s Resolution: Be a Disrupter for a Day

This is a guest post by Allen Smart, Interim President and Vice President of Programs, and Nora Ferrell, Director of Communications, at the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust Most of us chose the world of philanthropy because we wanted to make a difference—the same goes for our friends in the nonprofit arena. But soon, some …

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Inherited Consultants: Blessing or Burden?

You’ve landed your new job. Your vision is big, and so is your to-do list. You’ve got to deliver, and quick. Luckily for you, they’ve already hired a consultant to help you. Right? Maybe not. A good consultant is a trusted advisor with the experience and expertise to help you accomplish your goals. In many …

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6 Mistakes Philanthropists Make During a Crisis (And What They Can Do Instead)

Don’t let delusional altruism hinder your impact! Learn valuable tips to improve your giving during tumultuous times.