If you're interested in advancement opportunities where you're currently employed, there are actions you can take to move up the ladder. Here are 10 steps to help you seek upward advancement withinyour nonprofit:Tell your president or executive director that you want to advance; ask for advice on steps to take (especially with regard to educating yourself to handle future trends and changing job demands).Enroll in a university graduate program to work on a master's degree.Take advantage of workshops and other learning opportunities related to your field to advance your knowledge of the field.Learn more about the organization's overall budget, funding challenges, stakeholders and future plans.Volunteer to serve on work committees.Focus on the organization's strategic plan and let your supervisor know the action steps you direct to support the plan.Get measurable results for your work and let leaders know about it.Work extra hours.Find a mentor who will help you advance.Create a personal marketing plan and then act on your identified weaknesses.
Nonprofit Communications Report – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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