management consulting

The (contract) end is near. What's your survival plan?

When you have a rockstar consultant doing great work for your nonprofit organization, nearing the end of your contract with him or her can be a real downer.  You may be wondering, “how are we going to keep up this momentum once our consultant leaves?” 

60 critical minutes to get your consultant relationship off on the right foot.

When you’re working with a consultant to create transformational change - in your nonprofit and in yourself as a leader - your relationship requires deep trust, honest communications, and complete transparency. This kind of intimate relationship takes effort to create and maintain. You need to start building the foundation from the very beginning of your work together, and you can do that with this one simple step.

How RFPs are like eHarmony and a better way to find your match

In the vast sea of nonprofit consultants (especially here in DC), it can be hard to find your perfect match.  So once you’ve done your prep work, what’s the best way to find a great consultant to work on your project?

Welcome to the New Website (These Are A Few of Our Favorite Things!)

We are excited to debut our brand-new website and we wanted to share it with you all first! We won’t keep you from exploring the site (which we know you’re eager to do), but we do want to point out a few features we are particularly excited about before you start clicking away.

Success with Consultants Starts Here

Over the next several weeks, we will be writing a series of blog posts on how you can partner effectively with consultants to advance your nonprofit’s effectiveness and impact.  Tune in to get practical, step-by-step tips that will leave you, your team, and your consultant thrilled with the results that you’ve created for your organization.

Why Most Strategic Planning Fails (and 5 ways to make sure yours doesn’t)

Your nonprofit is ready to embark on a strategic planning process, and energies are high.  Everyone is excited to come together, think creatively about how your organization can be even better, and forge a new, ambitious path forward!  And next thing you know … the planning process is coming to an end and, while you’ve got a shiny new strategic plan, in reality very little changes.  Sound familiar?