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Are Emotional Attachments Obstructing Your Nonprofit’s Growth?

The emotional attachments that some nonprofit stakeholders possess are remarkably powerful. It takes enthusiasm, pride, dedication, and passion to coagulate a community of supporters who are loyal to an organization and its mission.

These emotional attachments might include ideas, mindsets, feelings, programs, relationships, people, and places that are associated with a nonprofit. They may be time-honored and woven into the fabric of the organization, and can even inspire stakeholders to donate, contribute their time, and put the organization’s strategic goals on a pedestal.

But what happens when organizations must develop new approaches to advance their services in an environment that is continuously changing?


Have We Forgotten Anyone?

 

Each year, The James Irvine Foundation Leadership Awards recognize extraordinary leaders who demonstrate what makes California great. They display both a commitment and a record of success in improving people’s lives, creating opportunity, and contributing to a better California.


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