As conduits of positive social change nonprofit leaders need room to think. Burying yourself in logistical distractions like budgets and bulging email inboxes won’t help you one bit.
Nonprofit human resources experts think that for some leaders (maybe you?), the workday actually makes you less productive. That’s because instead of giving you time to think deeply about your mission and your programs, you’re distracted by less important chores.
Busy work doesn’t just keep you occupied in the office. It keeps your nonprofit from innovating.
Learn three ways to innovate despite office distractions in the nonprofit HR article that follows.
3 Ways to Think More Deeply This Monday Morning [Katya’s Nonprofit Marketing Blog]