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Powered by Pro Bono: The Nonprofits Step-by-Step Guide to Scoping, Securing, Managing, and Scaling Pro Bono Resources

More than $15 billion in pro bono services is donated to nonprofits every year—four times as much as all corporate grantmaking. These services go beyond legal services, to marketing, strategic planning, technology, and more. Powered by Pro Bono, a hands-on guide from the leader in the field, provides step-by-step directions for how your nonprofit can secure and manage these valuable resources to get the results you need.

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First, Break All the Rules

Learn what the world’s greatest managers do differently.  Find the book on Amazon.

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most

Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most goes hand-in-hand with the Managing People for Nonprofits FAQ. Tips included in this featured Good Reads are applicable to any anticipated “hard” conversation, fit for the employee evaluation process, disciplinary meeting or client negotiation. This resource highlights important take-away messages and how to make any conversation worth while for all parties involved.

Order Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most by Douglas Stone, Bruce Patton and Sheila Heen, forward by Roger Fischer, on Amazon.

Coaching Skills for Nonprofit Managers and Leaders: Developing People to Achieve Your Mission

Coaching Skills for Nonprofit Leaders offers practical steps for coaching leaders to greatness and complements the academic and theoretical work in nonprofit leadership theory. The book can be used by the coaching novice as a thorough topical overview or by those more experienced with coaching as a quick reference or refresher.

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