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Overcoming a Disconnect with the Mission

POSTED ON December 6, 2011

Several year’s ago I was facilitating a meeting when the president of the organization said… “We are not who we are.” That odd statement codified what everyone was feeling in the room—lost. Somewhere along the organization’s journey it got detoured and ended up in a place it never intended to go, serving the community not […]

Procrastination… my name is board member

POSTED ON September 12, 2011

Without telling anyone I decided to take the summer off from the blog. Unfortunately, I took the summer off from being a board member too. I didn’t tell anyone about this either. It was not my intention to stop being a decent board member, it just happened. I got wrapped up in my consulting work, […]

Defining Your Organization’s Value

POSTED ON May 17, 2011

This installment of the Sixty-Second Strategy covers a quick exercise to help organizations define the value they create and deliver to the communities they serve.   For more information, go to the related post entitled Owning Your Place in the Community. Also, visit the previous Sixty-Second Strategy installment– Kick Start Your Story.

Owning Your Place in the Community

POSTED ON May 17, 2011

[The following is an excerpt from a keynote I gave to the Southern Minnesota Nonprofit Summit.] Fifteen years ago this week was when I arrived in Minnesota to become the Executive Director of The Playwrights’ Center. My wife and I were newly married. We drove 900 miles from Dallas to Minnesota with most our belongings […]