The LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest
It’s Friday—and we’ve rounded up the best of nonprofit news for you to skim over your morning latte. This week, we’re sharing ways you can increase your digital security, add to your nonprofit leadership charisma, and boost your adaptability in our shifting times.
You’ll also discover how nonprofits can meet surprising new needs in the wake of the pandemic. Plus, find tactics for becoming a rockstar distribution event organizer.
Here are five must-read articles for nonprofits this week:
- What Cloud Security Posture Management Looks Like for Nonprofits (BizTech)
As your nonprofit grows, you’re bound to find yourself adding a few more SaaS (Software as a Service) solutions, from Office365 to Dropbox to Trello. As you increase your digital resources, individual configurations can easily become siloed, paving the way for unexpected—and disruptive—security breaches. Follow BizTech’s advice on how to make your nonprofit more secure.
- How To Become A Nonprofit Leader People Truly Want To Work With (Forbes)
Rank doesn’t always bring with it authority, and when you’re leading a nonprofit, it’s crucial to get people on board with supporting your mission. Read these 14 simple—and attainable—traits shared with us by members of the Forbes Nonprofit Council.
- How Nonprofits Can Maximize Their Distribution Events (Good360)
Distribution events, which place products into the hands of those that need them, are crucial for many nonprofits. Good360 understands that the successful management and organization of these events makes all the difference for the people they help.
- Do You Demonstrate These Competencies as a Nonprofit Leader? (NonProfit Pro)
Leadership doesn’t happen by accident; leaders today face more issues than ever before, requiring them to keep learning and stay on their toes. Wayne Elsey, founder and CEO of the social enterprise nonprofit Fund2Orgs, shares five key tactics for adaptability, from nimble management of boards to deep community commitment.
How Nonprofit Leaders Can Reimagine Success (Forbes)
Over the past 18 months, public health and racial equity have both shifted into sharper focus across communities. Instead of dwelling over difficulties, Forbes lists some ways we can all embrace and celebrate exciting new changes.
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