Launching a branding or capital campaigns process is a big investment. Make sure you’re ready by building alignment around your vision for the organization.
The key to building trust with your board is candor. Craig Shelley, Managing Director of Orr Group, goes deep on what exactly that entails, how to practice it, and more.
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Writing by committee? Here's a four-step guide to help make writing with many editors, reviewers, and approvers a more productive and successful exercise.
Elise Dowell, Vice Chancellor for Communications and External Affairs at The Jewish Theological Seminary, shares the lessons she's learned about collaboration as a nonprofit communications leader.
Getting your nonprofit’s brand to stick is essential for it to succeed. Here are a few useful resources to help you get your organization’s brand to take hold internally and externally.
A compelling story is a powerful tool nonprofits can use to engage, inspire, and move people to act. Jenny Dyson, Creative Director of Pencil, shares tips on how to start telling yours.
Here’s an exercise you can do with staff or solo to look at your organization’s sub-brands, events, and initiatives with new eyes—the eyes of your audiences.
Will Nolan, Senior Vice President of Communications & Administration at Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, shares his approach to ensuring annual campaigns feel like integral parts of the PPMD story.
Big Duck goes to Fundraising Day 2018 and asks rockstars in the fundraising world one question: What can communications do to support development? Tune in to hear their answers—and more.
Take advantage of these three key talking points to make sure you and your executive director are in alignment around your marketing and communications role.