Why Small Nonprofits Stay Small Nonprofits

Ever question why small nonprofits stay small nonprofits

 

Are you the Voice in your nonprofit, or are you merely an echo of whatever everyone else is doing in your nonprofit area?

 Do you lead from the front or push from behind?

 

I’ve played in the big pond and also in the little pond. I have been a fortune 100 executive leader and a leader and founder of a small nonprofit. Having been in both ponds I’ve learned that small nonprofits stay small...because they think small.

They see themselves as small and therefore make their decisions accordingly. They see the future from a small lens, not a wide lens. They focus on what they don’t have instead of focusing on what they do have and can create more of. I have been there, it is very easy to do. But, when that is done the future turns out small as well. The truth is we can only create from the lens and the filter we view life through.

If you are a small nonprofit leader{donations under 2 million} and want to break outside the box then please contact us. 

We focus on helping small nonprofits become big nonprofits. 

Growth doesn’t start with programs or donations or more staff. It starts with changing the thinking of the Leader.

At Ideas Institute Atlanta we are not all things to all people. My coaching or mentoring focus is solely on nonprofit founders or Executive Directors.

Steve is a LinkedIn inPro in nonprofit leadership consultant. Contact him via LinkedIn Pro or directly at Director@IdeasInstituteAtlanta.com.

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Why Small Nonprofits Stay Small Nonprofits

Why Small Nonprofits Stay Small Nonprofits

 

 

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CEO FinTech Wealth Group, Atlanta, GA. Former Fortune 100 Financial Executive. Author of #38 money-careers book the ONE THING WORKBOOK.