Employees with valuable skills and a sense of their own worth can make their jobs, pay, perks, and career opportunities different from those of their coworkers in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. This book shows how such individual arrangements can be made fair and acceptable to coworkers, and beneficial to both the employee and the employer.

chapter |22 pages

Nonprofit Governance

chapter |17 pages

Organizational Effectiveness and Program Measurement

Documenting Successes and Improving Performance

chapter |15 pages

Human Resources Management

What Makes Nonprofits Different?

chapter |20 pages

Advocacy and Lobbying

Making Your Voices Heard