Too often in the nonprofit world we get lost in strategy and matrixes and spreadsheets. We are people—whether volunteer or paid—and trust is established between people, not between plans.
I've discovered that I've made a mistake, and suddenly I'm six years old again.
I was talking with an airline pilot and asked him how he was taught to handle a crisis. He said there were three instructions: “Breath. Look around. Fly the plane.”
Sometimes when conducting consultations with nonprofit Boards, one of my hardest tasks is to follow my second rule of meetings: Wait for it.
In our society, we tend to prize innovation, imagination, and outside-the-box thinking. In our internal nonprofit structures, we tend to prize … dogged resistance to change.
We are proud to welcome Inga Elvrom to the Free Range team!
Free Range Nonprofit Solutions has been hired to coordinate two upcoming conferences for state-wide nonprofit organizations.