January 27, 2022

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How to Make Your Decision Making More Inclusive

Five ways nonprofits are making their decision making more inclusive
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Leaders Matter
Nonprofit leadership, careers, and recruiting

Five Ways that Nonprofits Can Make Decision Making More Inclusive—and More Effective

By Mike Ciccarone, Preeta Nayak, Yonatan Araia, and Bradley Seeman

Nonprofits are emphasizing inclusion to make their decision-making processes more effective. Find out how the RAPID decision-making tool and four other approaches are helping nonprofits achieve more equitable outcomes.
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How One Organization Brought Discipline, Inclusivity, and Transparency to Its Decision-Making Process

Executive Director Merf Ehman shares how Columbia Legal Services adapted a time-tested decision-making tool, RAPID, to develop a more inclusive approach to its decision-making process.

Date: Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Time: 1 p.m. ET/ 10 a.m. PT

The 70/20/10 approach to talent development is a practical, powerful way to improve your team. It builds staff members’ skills and capabilities with 70 percent on-the-job learning, 20 percent coaching, and 10 percent formal learning. With this flexible tool, you will be ready to co-create plans that weave development into your team's everyday activities.

Join us for a free introduction to creating and using 70/20/10 in your organization. You’ll hear from nonprofit leaders who have used it and learn:
  • How it can transform organizational culture
  • How it can support your nonprofit's future leadership needs
  • How to apply it yourself using templates provided by Bridgespan
The webinar will be presented by Bridgespan’s Meera Chary and Barbara Christiansen, with their special guest Elisa Gahng, managing attorney at Kids in Need of Defense.
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Leadership Development

How to Build Competency-Based Professional Development Plans

To build professional development plans for your nonprofit's employees, determine the competencies they need to succeed in their roles. Then, employ the 70/20/10 development method to help them learn and grow while on the job.

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