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Courageous Leadership: The Formula and Characteristics

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Written by: Anthony A. Dicks Jr.
January 31, 2024 | 5 min. read

Courageous leadership is built on heroic leadership. A heroic leader is someone who inspires people to aspire to do things and be things greater than themselves. In ancient storytelling, heroes usually possessed a virtue that the author wanted the culture to emulate and begin to reproduce within the body politic. In Greek mythology, primary cultural virtues were temperance, prudence, justice, and ultimately courage, with courage being the virtue that all the other virtues hinged upon.

A courageous leader is necessary to achieve your organizations mission because the mission has so much meaning. Striving to accomplish something that aims to bring about meaningful change is risky business.

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4 Steps to More Powerful Visuals on Your Nonprofit Website

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Written by: Miles Bilka
January 23, 2024 | 5 min. read

In today’s world, a nonprofit organization’s website is often its primary communication tool. With the power to reach and engage a local or global audience, a well-designed website can help further your mission, build your nonprofit brand, and attract donors and supporters. One of the most effective ways to make your nonprofit’s website more compelling and impactful is by incorporating powerful visuals.

Visual content is known to leave a lasting impression, convey complex messages, and evoke emotions. This post will teach you how to add more powerful visuals to your website.

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Using AI, Maintaining Trust: 3 Key Strategies for Nonprofits

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Written by: Miles Bilka, CNP
January 17, 2024 | 5 min. read

Emerging artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are making waves in the nonprofit sector, and for good reason. These tools hold the potential to help nonprofit organizations do a lot of good in their communities, as they can be used for everything from taking notes in meetings to identifying new donor prospects.

However, AI also raises a lot of concerns. For instance, some worry about the increased dependency on technology over human skill. Others have pointed out that AI can put personal information at risk or even perpetuate bias and discrimination.

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