Time and time again, as we talk with nonprofit employees, one of the most significant pain points we hear concerns internal silos. Organizations, big and small, can suffer from a lack of collaboration. That lack of collaboration leads to various teams creating their own SOPs and forgetting the organization's overall goal as they go about their day-to-day tasks.
According to the public relations agency, M+R, in 2019, 44% of nonprofit website visitors landed there without viewing an email or ad first. Only 1 in every 588 of these organic visitors donated.
As your nonprofit teams continue to work from home, you might find a communication breakdown - perhaps feeling like you are in the game of telephone. We developed a whitepaper with tips you and your nonprofit teams can implement to help overcome the lack of nonverbal communication that tends to cause conflict while working from home.
With a multitude of online platforms to monitor, along with a variety of constituents to engage, it’s enough to make even the most dynamic nonprofit leader feel withdrawn. This begs the question: “In a time when we are all more “connected” than ever, how can we feel so disconnected?”
If we can say one thing about 2020, it's that it's been a year of transformation for nonprofits. We even saw this as a recurring theme in what became our most popular blog posts for the year, so here is a round-up in case you are looking for a variety of information that can help you and your coworkers with that change.
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