Authenticity, purpose, and connection… these themes were reflected in our most read blog posts published this year.
What does this say about what matters most to nonprofit leaders?
No matter if times are certain or uncertain, they seek excellence in how they manage their teams and build relationships with donors.
Nonprofit leaders have the best intentions for their teams
They want to lead their teams from a place of trust and genuineness. They want to communicate effectively with their teams – no matter if they work one desk or three states away. They want to work efficiently and spend time on tasks that will drive their organization's mission forward.
Nonprofit leaders seek real, meaningful relationships with donors
They want to view their donors as people not transactions, and they build these relationships through the power of data. They want to clearly convey their messaging to their donors and ensure it’s received the way it was intended.
As the digital revolution moves continuously faster and the need for more actionable donor data increases, it remains certain that people make philanthropy go round. The nonprofit space will continue to seek meaningful opportunities to engage and connect with their stakeholders.
Without further ado, here are our top five most read blog posts published this year:
- Top 5 Nonprofit Leadership Lessons from Ted Lasso
- Relational Fundraising: The Cornerstone to a Recurring Giving Program
- Remote Work and Successful Communication at your Nonprofit
- Why Nobody Cares about Nonprofit Impact
- How to Develop Interconnected Nonprofits in the All-Digital World
We wish you a happy, healthy, and restful holiday season.