You are not alone. Burnout is real, relevant, and recoverable.
Workplace burnout isn’t just a “thing” to get over. Listen as three burnout survivors share their burnout journey, research, and strategies on how to prevent it from happening to you.
Fighting Through a Federal Grant: Meeting and Beating the Challenges (Part 3)
Johna Rodgers talks about some specific complexities with writing a federal grant proposal including tons of tasks, limited time, content, and competitiveness.
Understanding Federal Grants: Finding and Reading Federal Grant Proposals (Part 2)
In this second of our three-article series, we will try to get a better understanding of how a federal grant proposal differs from, say, a grant to the local community foundation.
Program Development Insights: Learning to juggle machetes and other necessary evils
This practical, fast-paced session will help you carry your boss, co-workers, and clients successfully to and through the land of reliable program development.
Finding Federal Grants: The Money-Dress-Mall Analogy (Part 1)
A factor that applies to many (perhaps most) state and federal grants includes how and where to look for money. In this first of three articles on federal funding, we will consider the money itself.
What do grant writers do? 12 steps to help you explain.
Nobody Knows the Troubles We've Seen: How to artfully educate colleagues and bosses on what we do.