One of the Center’s core values is to respect and include the wide variety of North Carolina’s people, cultures, regions, religions, and political views. To live this value, we've partnered with NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad in Walking the Talk: Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in North Carolina Nonprofits.
By 2020, North Carolina's nonprofit sector will see nearly 60% of its executive directors/CEOs leave their positions. Many are retiring baby boomers. Others are leaving for better, less stressful opportunities. Still others are departing suddenly, leaving their organizations with no one at the helm. The Center's Executive Succession and Deepening the Bench initiative is helping nonprofit CEOs and boards plan and implement effective executive successions and deepen the staff bench for future leaders.
There are many changes emerging within North Carolina’s healthcare systems, chief among them, Medicaid transformation and the transition to value-based care. Nonprofits at the Table: Engaging Communities in Medicaid Transformation is the Center's year-long project to provide education programs regarding Medicaid transformation and its impact on our state’s nonprofits.
Many nonprofit teams are not equipped to handle unexpected, chaotic, or emotionally-charged situations. The best way to remedy that gap is to take steps that will help your team apply critical thinking skills to the situation at hand. These skills will help the team make the best possible decisions when facing unexpected circumstances beyond their control. The North Carolina Center for Nonprofits and Duke Energy teamed up with the Nonprofit Risk Management Center to offer a four-part webinar series, Building Organizational Resilience, to help your nonprofit take the necessary steps to prepare for a crisis.