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Cybersecurity for Nonprofits: What You Need to Know

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Companies rely on data for nearly every decision they make — evaluating programs, engaging audiences and setting organizational strategy. As the value of data has increased, so too has the rate of cyber attacks. From Marriott, Garmin and Yahoo to local nonprofit organizations, no one is immune to cybersecurity risks. So how can you protect your nonprofit’s personal and financial …

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Navigating Vaccines and Other COVID-19 Issues in the Workplace

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

As businesses and organizations grapple with the future of doing business, leaders face a host of new issues: Can and should you mandate vaccines? How do you determine who has been vaccinated? What safety precautions should you take when not all employees are vaccinated, or when your employees must interact with unvaccinated individuals? In this free one-hour webinar, you’ll learn …

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Data Security for Nonprofits in a Remote Workplace

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

About 80% of employees worked remotely during the pandemic, up from 30% before COVID-19. Nonprofits now face new pressures as hybrid work models and remote work environments are becoming the norm. This video explores the issues nonprofits face with remote and hybrid workplace models and offers tangible steps you can take to mitigate those risks. During this video, you will: …

Reimagining Your Workplace in a Post-Pandemic World

How to Reimagine Your Workplace in a Post-Pandemic World

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

The way we work has changed significantly since the pandemic began. Working remotely has become the norm and left a strong impression on your people. The daunting question now is: Will you (or how will you) bring your employees back to the office after experiencing a different way to work for so long? Watch our free webinar to answer this …

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Four Critical HR Policies for Nonprofit Organizations

Corban OneSource, NLC Key Partner Tips

How you run your nonprofit organization determines its success, from the employees you hire to the policies and practices you adopt. When it comes to HR policies for nonprofit organizations, there are four human resource practices every nonprofit should have in place to operate ethically and with excellence. Even if your organization already has these HR policies in place, it’s …

WATCH: A Quick Start Guide to Succession Planning for Nonprofits

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

Every time a nonprofit has a transition at the CEO level, this shift in leadership impacts the organization’s financial stability, strategic direction and employee engagement. But a 2017 survey found that only 27% of nonprofit organizations have a succession plan. In this video, you will learn how to develop a robust succession plan for your nonprofit that addresses the three …

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Reducing Your Nonprofit’s Risk: Trends to Anticipate & How to Tackle Them

Robin Moch, NLC Board Member & M.E. Wilson Partner Tips

For most nonprofit organizations, the cost of property and casualty insurance is among the top five expense items within already limited budgets. As the need for nonprofit services increases, resources shrink and the insurance marketplace becomes firmer, nonprofit leaders must take steps to reduce and control their organization’s risks and lower costs in the process. Before we dive into risk …

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Addressing Unconscious Bias: Where Awareness and Understanding Begin

Margarita Sarmiento Tips

We each carry a different perspective into the interactions we have and situations we experience. In other words, my reality is not your reality. Our bias, or our tendency to see the world through a lens that favors our own reality, shapes what we see. As we go through life understanding different realities, our own perspectives and opinions change. None …

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Motivating and Engaging Employees Virtually

Charlie Imbergamo | Director of Strategic Programs Resources

COVID-19 has introduced managers and supervisors to new challenges as we strive to keep virtual teams motivated, engaged and connected. Our remote reality has required many leaders to stretch ourselves beyond our limits and outside our comfort zones, figuratively and literally. Research suggests that the most important aspect of keeping employees engaged is making them feel part of the bigger …