Monthly Archives: February 2013

Inspirational Volunteers

A colleague whose opinion I value recently told me that she felt that my blog was beginning to have a negative feel to it. That is certainly not my intention, and while I’m not sure that I completely agree with … Continue reading

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Disorganization in the Non-Profit Sector

Disorganization within an organization. Most likely this is not strictly a non-profit problem, but I work in the non-profit world, so I’m going to write about it from my point of view. I have seen a lot of disorganization in … Continue reading

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Culture of Fear in Non-Profit Organizations

I’m not sure if this is strictly a non-profit issue, but today I’d like to discuss what I call the “culture of fear” in non-profit organizations. Maybe it’s my personality, maybe it’s from living in Israel for over 5 years … Continue reading

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Dealing with “Burn Out” in the Non-Profit Sector

I have worked in the non-profit sector for several years now. It can be both a wonderful and a terrible experience (depending on the situation). One issue that I have heard about is “burn out” in the non-profit sector. I … Continue reading

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Benefits for Non-Profit Employees

We all know that (unfortunately) non-profit organizations usually pay their employees a lower wage than the for-profit sector. For better or for worse, this is something that we know and accept when deciding to enter the wonderful and crazy world … Continue reading

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Working in a Satellite Office

In my years of working in the non-profit sector, I have had the opportunity to work both in organizations’ main offices as well as satellite offices. ┬áThere are pros and cons to each type of environment. I currently work in … Continue reading

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