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September 2020:  6 Tips For Effective Virtual Board Meetings in 2020

August 2020:  5 Easy Ways Board Members Can Help During This Crisis

July 2020:  How to Manage Your Fundraising During the Coronavirus Crisis

June 2020:  Board Members:  What You Can Do Right Now

May 2020:  Coronavirus Nonprofit Risk Management Resources

April 2020:  Nonprofits and Coronavirus, COVID-19 (Resources Available)

March 2020:  The 4 Types of Power Players: How They Disrupt Boards and What To Do About Them

February 2020:  How to Write an Awesome Nonprofit Mission Statement

January 2020:  Six Steps to Improve Board Financial Oversight

December 2019:  How to Craft a Successful Elevator Pitch

November 2019:  Social Media Tips from 32 Leading Nonprofits

October 2019:  Would Your Nonprofit Pass a Fundraising Audit?  5 Critical Rules

September 2019:  5 Online Fundraising Trends for 2019 You Should Jump On Now

August 2019: Nonprofit Board Liabilities: What Are the Legal Responsibilities of Your Board

July 2019: 10 Steps on Hiring Your Nonprofit Organization's First Employee

June 2019: Annual Board Tune-up Checklist

May 2019: The Top 10 Nonprofit Instagram Accounts: What to Learn from Them

April 2019: A Nonprofit's Guide to Event Planning: 4 Essential Steps

March 2019: How To Build the Board You Want

February 2019: Nonprofit Presentations:  Tips, Tricks, and Other Things to Consider

January 2019: 3 Nonprofit Marketing Trends You Can't Overlook in 2019

December 2018: 5 Steps to Effectively Onboarding New Board Members

November 2018: 7 Holiday Fundraising Tips for Nonprofits

October 2018: 6 Tips to Retain Volunteers

September 2018: Why Nonprofit Branding Is Essential to Your Organization's Mission: And What to Do About It

August 2018: Board Orientation Resources

July 2018: Tips to Motivate Your Volunteers and Keep Them Coming Back

June 2018: Five Internal Controls for the Very Small Nonprofit

May 2018: 7 Tips For Creating An Effective Board Development Program

April 2018: Bylaws Checklist

March 2018: How to Deal With Difficult People.

February 2018: Want To Improve Board Performance?  Take These Five Steps.

January 2018: Start the New Year with an Engaged Board of Directors

December 2017: 16+ Ways to Say Thank You Better

November 2017: Year-End Legal Checklist

October 2017: Millennials & Nonprofit Boards:  10 Tips for Finding Each Other

September 2017: 10 Prioritization Tips For Event Planners

August 2017: Tips on Volunteer Leadership Succession for Nonprofits

July 2017: Anatomy of a Boad Orientation

June 2017: 25 Instagram Tips For the Modern Nonprofit

May 2017: Managing Board Conflict

April 2017: Volunteer Recruiting Tips & Tricks

March 2017: 25 Twitter Tips for the Modern Nonprofit

February 2017: Tips for Creating a Strong Board of Directors

January 2017: New Year's Resolutions for Board Members

December 2016: 7 End-of-Year Tips for Saying Thank You to your Donors

November 2016: Nonprofit Volunteers: Top Five Tips to Keep Them Coming

October 2016: 7 Tips For Running Effective Nonprofit Board Meetings

September 2016: 10 Nonprofit Facebook Page Tips to Maximize Results

August 2016:  10 Tips to Becoming a More Effective Board Member

July 2016:  Committee Volunteer Request Form (with Examples) 

June 2016:  Business Card Strategic Plan

May 2016: Red Flags at the Board Table

April 2016: 100+ Tips for the Incoming President

March 2016: Board Annual Self Evaluation

February 2016: Anatomy of Meeting Minutes















Tennis Rules

Last week's answer was No, as long as the player does not invade his/her opponent's court. What is an example of an error made by players that you would NOT correct immediately?

Doubles team switches receiving order in middle of set
Players are on wrong side of the court
Wrong player serving in game