Monthly Archives: June 2014

Organismic Integration Theory

Originally posted on Dave Nicolette:
Recently, I came across a model I had not known before: Organismic Integration Theory (OIT). I read about it on Sal Freudenberg’s blog, which is much easier to digest than scholarly articles on the subject.…

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Charitable Contribution Disclosure Requirements: A Guide to Compliance With IRS Rules and Regulations

Originally posted on Nonprofits Talk:
Virtually every nonprofit in the United States conducts fundraising activities in one way or another. These activities can include in-person solicitations, mail solicitations, phone calls, or special fundraising events. Charitable organizations exempt under section 501(c)(3)…

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Why We Humblebrag About Being Busy

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Common Denominators of High Performing Teams

Many teams in the working world have various symptoms of dysfunction. You can observe all kinds of back biting, laziness, sabotage, lack of support, passive aggressive behavior, grandstanding, and numerous other maladies if you study the inner workings of teams.…

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If You Don't Prioritize Your Life, Someone Else Will

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When to Make a Promise to Your Boss (and When Not To)

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