INSIGHTS

News, Reflections and Resources for Powering Change

Jan 12 2017 | Josh Sattely, Esq., Third Sector New England
Josh Sattely, Esq., Third Sector New EnglandHow can the philanthropic sector best identify and support promising new initiatives? → More
Jan 05 2017 | By Lyn Freundlich, Director of Administration and Human Resources, Third Sector New England
We know one of the things that keeps nonprofit managers awake at night is concerns about personnel. In the social sector, employees are an organization’s greatest asset. → More
Categories: Human Resources
Dec 16 2016 | By Hez Norton, Third Sector New England
Succession planning brings to mind a leadership transition. Yes, it is true that people leave organizations, BUT succession planning is not solely about leadership transitions. → More
Nov 10 2016 | By Jonathan Spack, Chief Executive Officer, Third Sector New England
To the TSNE Community. → More
Categories: Leadership, Social Justice
Nov 04 2016 | By Nina L. Smoylar
Rosie's Place Intentional Development of Supervisors as a Path to Professional and Organizational Success. → More
Sep 30 2016 | By Daniel Doucette, Better Nonprofit Management Training Series Presenter
As professionals engaged in the work of providing a public service or creating social change, we need to take ourselves seriously because our success matters for others. But paradoxically, our drive to achieve success in the social sector also hampers us. The... → More
Categories: Workplace Culture
Sep 26 2016 | By Sandy St. Louis, Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing
Sylvia Saavedra-Keber, TSNE's Consulting and Executive Transitions Practice LeaderSylvia Saavedra-Keber has recently joined TSNE as the new Practice Leader for the Consulting and Executive Transitions program. → More
Categories: Leadership
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Sep 14 2016 | By Sandy St. Louis, Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing
Patience and resolve are at the heart of David Stroh’s model in his new book Systems Thinking for Social Change. → More
Aug 25 2016 | By David Marino
One of my favorite topics as a communications leader is learning how to be authentic. It seems like a contradiction. How can you force yourself to be more natural? It’s often a challenge, but not impossible. → More
Jul 12 2016 | By Jonathan Spack, Chief Executive Officer
The persistent complaint from the philanthropic community that there are "too many nonprofits" has become so commonplace in recent months that it’s become something of a cliché within our sector. And like many clichés, this one has a deceptively... → More

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