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Equitable Compensation is a Risk Worth Taking

By Mala Nagarajan

Compensation is one of the greatest taboos in our current culture. That’s no accident: compensation is at its very core how oppression, in our deeply inequitable society, has been perpetuated across race, gender, class, ability, and other … Read More

Gatekeeping versus Belongingness

By Vega Subramaniam

A few weeks ago, I talked about why I find the notion of “imposter syndrome” uncomfortable.

During a panel on which I presented last September, I mentioned my discomfort when clients brought up “imposter syndrome,” and my … Read More

How to hire a contractor for your organization’s everyday work

By Mala Nagarajan

As a nonprofit leader in need of staff, you may be tempted to hire a contractor (aka consultant) to fill a vacancy. Maybe you think it’ll be easier to get rid of the person if it doesn’t … Read More

Environmental Scan

By Mala Nagarajan

Record-breaking winter weather. An impending financial crisis. An economic boom.

How would your organization be affected? Are you ready?

Conditions outside your organization can make (or break) you. One systematic way of preparing for pivotal events … Read More