Category Archives: Performance Management

5 Data Points Your Nonprofit Should be Tracking

Collecting and tracking data is one of the most important ways to track the good that your nonprofit does in your community. Tracking data lets you, your clients, and your stakeholders know how your services are affecting and interacting with your clients. Tracking data can also show you and your stakeholders how your programs are running and how you …

What You Need to Know About Evidence-Based Forms

Evidence-based practices serve to support your organization’s programs with real-life data. Tracking life-changing data and assessing it often helps organizations understand the impact they are having on their communities. Having data at their fingertips gives organizations the power to turn information into actionable knowledge, which turns …

How People-Focused Organizational Management Makes a Difference

The leadership of WINGS for Kids, an organization for children based in South Carolina, needed to change the way it managed its relationships between the clients and the organization. Some WINGS for Kids team members would get defensive in feedback, couldn’t bring down negative energy, and would even get into arguments with the children needing …

How Courageous Nonprofit Leadership Helped Transform Victims’ Lives

Organizational Management Matt Huckabay, Executive Director of The Center for Violence-Free Relationships, faced a dilemma. A baby, teen mother, grandmother, and great grandmother entered the organization seeking services, all of them having been victims of domestic abuse. He asked himself, “would this baby be the fourth generation to be affected …