More than a year after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, the virus continues to ravage the Asia-Pacific with catastrophic human, social, economic, and developmental costs. …


A series on managing change for non-profits, part 2

While donor-driven change may initially feel scary, in reality, it is a feature of non-profit management that can lead to many benefits, including increased long-term sustainability and impact. This past year has presented funding and financing disruptions for non-profit leaders, unlike…


A people-centered, rights-based approach to support today’s nonprofit executives

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Because of the nature of nonprofits and community work, organizations require quick thinking and rapid adaptation. Leaders need to constantly change to sharpen their management skills, develop new ways of inspiring their staff, and evolve to meet their work’s changing requirements to meet their organizations’ changing needs and the communities…


My mission to advance the resiliency and unlock the potential of nonprofit and community leaders

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“ [Edmund’s] deep listening skills and astute questions guided me to new insights about myself and my leadership style. During our time together, I was able to navigate through and reframe challenges and developed new…


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Year’s end is a time for reflection. Reflecting on all that has happened not only in this year but in recent years as well — a worldwide pandemic, social injustices, food insecurity, natural disasters — there is no questioning the value and importance of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. Globally, nonprofits…


I am an Executive Coach and social entrepreneur with over 20 years of international leadership experience working with non-governmental organizations and multilateral institutions to advance human rights and inclusion in over 30 countries.

I am passionate about supporting those working to make a difference in the world and people’s lives…


A series on Managing Change for Nonprofits, part 1

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According to a study by the Human Capital Institute, nearly 80 percent of Human Resource leaders “report that their organization is in a state of constant change with priorities and strategies continuously shifting.” A sustainable nonprofit organization separates itself from a…


Ensuring long-term leadership and success for your organization

Christina @ wocintechchat.com

Being a nonprofit leader is a privilege and responsibility. Leadership provides unique opportunities to nurture and mentor staff for career growth and future leadership roles. A sense of purpose and passion are what generally guide those seeking employment in the nonprofit sector…


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To say 2020 has been a rough year is nothing short of an understatement. We have seen devastation, hardships, injustices, and destruction on both a micro and a global level. People, however, have developed a fantastic ability to persevere. This year has presented some unique challenges — a viral pandemic…


To be a leader in your field carries with it a certain level of regard and status from your peers, your staff, and your clients. But to indeed lead — to hone the skills of outstanding leadership and to transcend the titles of “manager” or “boss” — takes coaching and…

Edmund Settle

Working with nonprofit and community leaders to maximize the impact of their work through coaching http://edmundsettle.com

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