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    Training of Trainers 2: Where few trainings have dared to go before

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    Resisting Bribery in the NGO Sector

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    Member Profile: Saeed Elnaj, Project Concern International

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    World Learning Tackles Management Skills In-House

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Global Learning
February 23, 2017 / Brian Washburn

Training of Trainers 2: Where few trainings have dared to go before

“I don’t know, I’ve really begun to sour on train the trainer programs.” I was having dinner with...

Inside NGO Blog
February 14, 2017 / Alexandra Wrage

Resisting Bribery in the NGO Sector

Why International NGOs Should Care About Compliance and How ...

Inside NGO Blog
February 07, 2017 / Tom Dente

Thinking Like Owners

The InsideNGO community is fortunate to have the active participation, thoughtful engagement, and...

Member Profile
February 06, 2017 / Saeed Elnaj

Member Profile: Saeed Elnaj, Project Concern International

Our Member Profile blog series features InsideNGO members talking about their work and how they...

On The Road
February 06, 2017 / Marie McNamee

On the Road with InsideNGO in Atlanta

In January, InsideNGO traveled to Atlanta, where we were hosted by Habitat for Humanity for our...

Operational Excellence
February 06, 2017 / Marie McNamee

What to Expect in Comp & Benefits in 2017

As we start a new year, InsideNGO takes a look back at compensation and benefits in the sector and...

Global Learning
February 06, 2017 / Caitlin Holland

World Learning Tackles Management Skills In-House

I dropped in to an InsideNGO in-house Management Skills for New Managers workshop at World Learning...

Operational Excellence
February 06, 2017 / Anita Drummond

Setting the Stage to Work with a Corporation

Anita Drummond is legal counsel for nonprofit and social impact organizations at Venable LLP, an...