by The Bridgespan Group Despite signs that the economy is improving, the nonprofit job market remains extremely competitive. In this buyers’ market, simply being a talented candidate is oftentimes not enough to land a senior leadership role, so job seekers need to get out and s … [Read more...] about How to Market Yourself in the Nonprofit Sector
I read with great interest this past Sunday, October 3, 2010, The New York Times article, "Buy My Stuff - and Theirs, Too" by Joshua Brustein, that we in the Jewish community need to consider. The gist of the article is how J. Crew, one of the most successful online and … [Read more...] about Lessons from J. Crew
If you find yourself too often at a loss for the right words or on the other end of the spectrum speaking endless babble about your favorite nonprofit to that poor soul who harmlessly introduced herself to you read on. Like the elevator speech executive coaches train … [Read more...] about The Organizational Elevator Speech. Is Yours Headed Up or Down?
Please Welcome Me at Services Thursday Morning .... A Plea For All the New Faces at Your Synagogue As a communicator, I like to observe how strangers successfully find their way into a social situation or, sadly fail to make an initial connection that held the potential … [Read more...] about Please Welcome Me at Services Thursday Morning
This season is a time of reflection, self-assessment, and new beginnings for Jews the world over. To synagogues it can mean something much more practical: an unmatched opportunity for attracting new members and new revenue. That’s why synagogues fill pages of Jewish newspapers w … [Read more...] about Marketing Rosh Hashana