Goals have the power to really propel your organization forward. As you decide on organizational goals, you should divide them into the different time frames. Consider having weekly goals, monthly goals, yearly goals, and long-term goals. This way you always have something to be working towards and something to measure your organization against. Remember, you
Are you looking for ways to incorporate more goals into your life and into your organization? Goals can have the power to change all of our lives. I am a strong believer in goal setting. Through setting and working on goals we can stretch ourselves and our organizations. Today I want to share with you
This past week I read an interesting research article about nonprofit organization’s use of social media. The article is Information, Community, and Action: How Nonprofit Organizations Use Social Media by Kristen Lovejoy and Gregory D. Saxton.
Goal setting is important for individuals, businesses, and nonprofits alike. I set daily goals, weekly goals, quarterly goals, yearly goals, and long-term goals. Within each of these time-frames I set individual goals, health goals, business goals, family goals, spiritual goals, learning goals, and fun goals. As you can see, this turns out to be a