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Our family arrived in France in 1965, just twenty years after the end of World War II. In the tense context of a still ongoing Cold War. With American servicemen deployed on bases and military installations situated on the outskirts of French cities. All over Europe fo...

I'll have to admit. At first glance, the following six myths of nonprofit work are comforting. Reassuring. Even honorable. Each providing an idealized concept about the sector, the people who work there and those who support it. But I've worked in this sector for decad...

It happens with such regularity now. It has become so routine. Too many days too late, the C-suite mea culpa is finally scripted, staged and synched to render the least collateral damage to the company. Somewhere buried in that sanitized statement will be the two words...

"It's a real pleasure to be here. I've been looking forward to this," the foundation trustee said, shaking our hands. "Before we start, I want you to know the Board thinks so highly of your organization. We are real fans of what is happening here."

"Absolutely awesome,"...