LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest

The LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest

Another week draws to a close, which means it’s time for the latest edition of the LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest, 

This week’s reads explore equity and team dynamics to help you empower your nonprofit workforce and drive meaningful change. You’ll also find insights on donor fatigue, analytics, and more. 

Here are five must-read articles for nonprofits this week:

1. How to Unite Your Nonprofit Workforce—and Keep it United Through Misperceptions (Blue Avocado)

Avoiding miscommunications and setting up solutions to help repair team imbalances when they arise are critical elements of leadership. Every member of your team brings valuable insights and experiences to work, meaning multiple perspectives can influence the decisions made on a daily basis. These tips can help you optimize your team’s dynamic and create a vibrant workplace.

2. Process and Practice: Linking Organizational Strategy and Race Equity Work (Nonprofit Quarterly)

Many nonprofits have worked to increase organizational knowledge around race equity over the past few years. Learn why creating organizational accountability can help ensure that your nonprofit continues to make long-term, meaningful change. 

3. Capital Campaigns and Donor Fatigue: Combatting Your Fears (Candid)

Battling donor fatigue amid a momentous capital campaign can be stressful. But when you discover the source of such fatigue, you can leverage your fundraising efforts to reinspire donors and energize them on the impact of their giving. 

4. 9 Questions to Help You Develop an Equity Mindset (Nonprofit AF)

An equity mindset is often contrary to what we think we know, but developing one is essential in preventing inequities. These nine questions examine everything from who is affected to who holds the power dynamic and can help you look at situations with a more critical lens. 

5. Key Analytics Your Nonprofit Should Pay Attention To (BizTech)

Effectively analyzing data can be a challenge, especially if your team is juggling many tasks at once. As you set your goals for the months and years ahead, here are some key metrics to keep an eye on — and things to avoid when setting up your strategy. 

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LinkedIn for Nonprofits Weekly Digest