SSIR is pleased to announce a new series that provides hands-on, implementable game plans on various “critical functions” for leaders of nonprofit organizations. This three-part series consists of three 90-minute sessions (April 11, 18, & 25, 2018). These sessions will explore donor-centric fundraising, ways to improve board relationships, and strategies for more effective measurements and analysis.Access this webinar
Before Africa can reap the benefits of artificial intelligence, African governments, investors, and NGOs must train workers for complex tasks, and reform laws and education to meet the demands of tomorrow's economy.
This unique two-part 180-minutes e-certification program offers you basic to advanced training in human-centered design and systems thinking through activities, illustrative examples, and case studies. This is produced in conjunction with Stanford d.School’s Designing for Social Systems (DSS) Program.Access this webinar
Many organizations in China are aging without reaching their potential for impact because they lack needed talent, but there are ways to overcome this challenge.
As the trailblazers who built India’s nonprofit sector begin to step aside, a new study shows that NGOs face a significant gap in next-generation leadership. There are barriers to bridging this gap and building blocks to surmount them, but progress depends on founders and funders viewing leadership development as mission critical.
Policymakers need new interventions to help companies change the way they source talent.
Corporate environmental sustainability initiatives can provide a roadmap for companies seeking to empower women.
Understanding the intersections between racism and anti-LGBTQ bias is an important next step not only for the LGBTQ movement, but for the nonprofit sector overall.