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Redundancy to Reduce Rattle

By Whitney Claire Thomey Being faced with our own personal mortality or the inevitability of losing a valued team member can feel paralyzing. Although uncertainty often inspires worry, there is one ‘risk’ about which you can be absolutely certain; everyone leaves eventually. I remember the day my grandfather walked in and proudly announced that he … Continued

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Safe and Sound for the Holidays

By Melanie Lockwood Herman and Whitney Claire Thomey This holiday season, nonprofits face conditions unlike any other year. Along with traditional year-end stresses, many face employee relations questions that include nuanced issues related to staff and mission safety. The NRMC team wants to support you as you serve and support your community, whether it’s the … Continued

Attitude of Gratitude

By Whitney Claire Thomey “Showing gratitude is one of the simplest yet most powerful things humans can do for each other.” ― Randy Pausch, The Last Lecture Two humble words, “thank you,” have the power to ground us, build us up, and develop deep, meaningful connections. November in the United States is when many people are reminded … Continued

Future Focused: 3 Virtues and Vows

By Melanie Lockwood Herman “But you can build a future out of anything. A scrap, a flicker. The desire to go forward, slowly, one foot at a time. You can build an airy city out of ruins.” ― Lauren Oliver, Pandemonium This week I’ve been reading the October/November issue of Fast Company. In a piece titled “The … Continued

Events

March 24, 2021

virtual

NeighborWorks America

“A New Day: Managing HR Risk in the Next Normal”

May 6, 2021

Georgia Community Action Association

“Crisis Management and COVID-19: Resilience Lessons from the Pandemic”

April 20, 2021

virtual

Georgia Community Action Association

“To Require or Recommend: Vaccination Policies and Practices”

virtual

NeighborWorks America – Executive Symposium

“A New Day: Managing HR Risk in the Next Normal”

webinar

Georgia Community Action Association

“To Require or Recommend: Vaccination Policies & Practices”