Tag: skill development

Let go of things you’re not good at

Do you suffer from I-need-to-be-good-at-everything-or-I’ll-never-be-successful syndrome? I do. I sometimes feel like I need to be in on everything and understand everything (especially in my work in communications) in order to get ahead and do well. Yet in my attempts to do it all, I’m not nurturing my strengths and moving myself forward professionally. I’m … Read More »

July 7th: Join Me for a Live Twitter Chat for Young Nonprofit Professionals on Professional Development

It’s that time again! Tomorrow is our fifth twitter chat for young nonprofit professionals. Although our usual cohost Rosetta Thurman wont be able to join us as she is off relaxing on the sunny beaches of Jamaica, we are excited to have the Twin Cities chapter of the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network cohost for this … Read More »

YNPN NYC is Looking for Board Members

With more than 2,000 members, the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of New York City (YNPN-NYC) is growing quickly. We continue to seek the expertise and commitment of our members to guide our organization through its next phase of development. Board membership is an unparalleled opportunity to be part of a welcoming and interesting group of … Read More »

Building the Support System You Need to Thrive in the Non-Profit Sector

I wrote this piece for Rosetta Thurman’s advice blog over at Jobs for Change, a new initiative by change.org to get more people interested in careers in social change. You can ask the team of career advisors questions, subscribe to their blogs, and look for jobs. It is an amazing project and I encourage you … Read More »