Professional Development

When Jessica David was wondering how to support her new hire, who was tasked with telling her foundation’s story online, she turned to her peers for advice.
If you want to encourage break-through approaches to community challenges, the first step just might just to be to devise an innovative grant-making program.
Are you looking for ways to improve innovation at your organization? Sometimes innovative ideas aren’t shared because people don’t know who to take them to. Or, they think that others would judge the idea’s value based on the person contributing it.
In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll find: Pre- and Post-conference Registrations Open for Philanthropy Exchange; #CF100: Engaging the Community; WATCH: Big Data and Philanthropy; Better than Colbert!; Emerging Philanthropy at the Cou
In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll find the following: Talking Big Data at the Council; Connecting Philanthropy at the 2014 Philanthropy Exchange; Council Members Join Forces to Support Veterans and Military Families; 2014 Centennia
Are you new to philanthropy and unsure about the due diligence process for making a successful grant?
In this week's This Week at the Council, you'll read: Research at the Council; Conect. Impact. Advance.
The Council on Foundations is pleased to invite you to participate in a national study about professional development for nonprofit and philanthropic professionals and board members. The study is sponsored by the Dorothy A.
The Council is issuing a Call for Sessions to leading civil and social innovators.
In this issue: Registration is Open for 2014 Annual Conference: Philanthropy Exchange; #CF100; Second Philanthropy Week Webinar Announced; The Council visits the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI.

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