Best Nonprofits To Work For 2016: It’s Fun, Games, Benefits And Serious Business

There was a significant reduction in force (RIF) at BoardSource three years ago, in addition to the departure of its chief executive officer. The Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit that aims to strengthen nonprofit board leadership, has been working hard ever since on its organizational culture.

“We had a very short timeframe to get staff together. It was traumatizing, for staff that was kept, too. Creating a good working environment and culture was the number one priority for us,” said Marci Sunderland, vice president of human resources. Two-thirds of current staff members were with the organization before the 2013 reorganization.

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Mark Hrywna | The NonProfit Times