NANOE’s Kathleen Robinson announced today the release of the newly updated NEW GUIDELINES FOR TOMORROW’S NONPROFIT – SECOND EDITION. During a morning interview she shared, “In late 2016 and early 2017, National Association of Nonprofit Organizations & Executives (NANOE) invited thousands of nonprofit executives to join them as a Governor for the stated purpose of thoughtfully reviewing the first edition of NEW GUIDELINES FOR TOMORROW’S NONPROFIT. NANOE Governors provided detailed feedback on what they thought was important about what was said in each guideline, and what concerned them and why. They shared what ideas were not clear or needed amplification, and identified additional practices needed in each guideline. They also suggested what other guidelines should be added, and the ways in which the guidelines helped promote capacity-building and growth. Hundreds accepted this invitation to be on the Board of Governors. Governors took this job seriously and provided great feedback. As a result, NANOE’s New Guidelines for Tomorrow’s Nonprofit (Second Edition) has emerged in a greatly enhanced and expanded form.”
To learn more about Kathleen Robinson please visit https://KathleenRobinson.org
NANOE is pleased to announce that each of the NEW GUIDELINES debuted in the first edition will eventually be featured in their own stand-alone program guide. To date two new guidelines have been and reviewed and expanded and are now available. They’re titled:
1 – HARNESSING THE POWER OF DIFFERENTIATED RELATIONSHIPS
2 – EVALUATING IMPACT: BEFORE, DURING & AFTER STRATEGIC GROWTH ACTIONS
Other program guides will follow as the input from Governors is dealt with and each guideline is revised.
NEW GUIDELINES Editor, Jimmy LaRose, when asked “Why NANOE?”, “Let’s face it. The charitable sector HAS FAILED. Social, cultural and environmental issues such as hunger, homelessness, mental illness, substance abuse, ethnic and cultural conflict, ethnocentricity, loss of species, rise of oceans, and poverty show little signs of being alleviated or corrected. Global environmental issues are mounting. Cultural and arts opportunities for everyone are on the decline. While there will always be room for good people doing good things at a very modest scale, NANOE concentrates its efforts on those nonprofits that truly want to accomplish their missions at a scale that result in these issues being greatly reduced and eliminated, if possible. The charitable sectors needs courageous, competent and willing leaders to take their nonprofit to a big enough scale that makes a societal difference!”
To learn more about Jimmy LaRose please visit https://JimmyLaRose.com
Finally, nominations for NANOE’s 2018 Board of Governors have now opened. LaRose went on to say, “NANOE Governors are a positive force for change! They build strong social working environments that take their organizations to scale. It’s been proven nonprofits with a NANOE Governor at the helm have a better chance of accomplishing mission and making a powerful impact.
To ACCEPT or MAKE a nomination to NANOE’s 2018 Board of Governors please visit https://NANOEgovernors.org
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