Introduction Executive Coaching is a service I provide senior leaders and executives as part of Walker Wilson Consulting. This is a partnership that supports you in accomplishing...Read more
Every organization to needs to become more effective and sustainable to maximize their mission. Get assessed and learn new strategies in the areas of vision and strategy,...Read more
Being entrepreneurial is an attitude. How do I make a fair return while providing something that somebody wants? Businesses, nonprofits, and individuals all need to become more...Read more
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Asheville Chamber jobs rightly focuses on entrepreneurship & living wages, but should add affordable housing component
See this Citizen-Times article analyzing the Asheville Chamber’s new job creation plan where I applaud the new Asheville Chamber’s job creation plan for prioritizing entrepreneurship since that is what makes Asheville unique. I also appreciate the focus on living wage jobs, but ask them to also include affordable housing since its difficult for workers to find affordable places Continue Reading
In this weeks Mountain Xpress’ Nonprofit issue, three consultants were asked about the challenges faced by nonprofits. In particular I’m quoted about developing a sustainable funding model, the need for strong and clear relationships between board and staff, and grooming the next generation of nonprofit leaders.
If you care about the nonprofit sector and you haven’t yet seen this thought-provoking TED Talk by Dan Pallotta, it is a must see! He talks about how we as a society limit the possibility of nonprofits in 5 key ways: Compensation Advertising and Marketing Taking Risk on New Revenue Ideas Time Profit to Attract Continue Reading