​Innovation for a Stronger Organization

Innovation can be an unsettling word for some nonprofits. By its very nature, innovation is uncertain and it carries the risk of failure. Those concerns can prevent organizations from seeing its importance.

​Tiny Steps, Greater Retention

Organizations spend dozens of hours seeking out the right candidates for open positions — crafting the perfect job postings, interviewing and vetting candidates, and ensuring that prospects are the right fit. But when an employee’s tenure is short, the organization is forced to start the process all over again. There are costs in terms of money, time and morale.

​Achieving the Balancing Act

“Work-life balance” may be one of the most frequently named, but least achieved, priorities in the life of a nonprofit executive.

​Keeping It Real

One of the most important parts of maintaining an engaged, enthusiastic donor base is clearly communicating the organization’s vision and strategy. But what happens when a donor walks away from these conversations with unrealistic or unclear expectations?

A LOIS L. LINDAUER SEARCHES Milestone

A LOIS L. LINDAUER SEARCHES Milestone

In honor of our 20th Anniversary, LOIS L. LINDAUER SEARCHES shares this look at our past, and goals for the future.