Ease in contacting leaders in any organization is key to serving the members and the community, and growing the organization.
Five Pitfalls of Putting Robert’s Rules of Order in Your Nonprofit’s By Laws
The Cleveland Pollinator and Native Plant Symposium educates and inspires homeowners, garden clubs, landscape architects and designers, horticulturists, botanists, naturalists, educators, conservationists and anyone eager to learn about creating pollinator and wildlife habitats using native plants and trees to promote biodiversity and ecological resilience.
Diversity continues to be a popular term in today’s society. If you were to Google the word, it has over...
Becoming 21st Century Leaders: Women in Beekeeping & Agriculture, Oct. 24-25, 2020, will bring together (on-site and virtually online) a hive of experienced, diverse, purposeful individuals to expand the opportunities for women (and men) as keepers of the ecosystem to support the health and sustainability of honey bees, native pollinators, and beekeeping.
From first impression until the last day volunteering (hopefully many years in the future); the success of the volunteer is in the hands of the leadership.
We have all experienced how leadership can make or break any association. Here are a few leadership styles that may not seem to negatively impact a club, but are sure signs of future problems.
How to write a support letter for a grant, and a fellow club member.