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The unsung heroes: Why investing in mid-level leadership training matters

By on Apr 21, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, HR Consulting, Human Resources, Human Resources consulting, Training and Development, Training and Development Consulting |

The unsung heroes: Why investing in mid-level leadership training matters

They bridge the gap between high-level strategy and on-the-ground execution. They motivate teams, delegate tasks, and navigate the complexities of day-to-day operations. Mid-level managers and supervisors, often referred to as the ‘middle management,’ are the backbone of any successful organization. Yet, their leadership development is frequently overlooked. But here’s the truth: Investing in mid-level leadership […]

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HR Audit: A tune-up for peak performance

By on Apr 14, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, Compliance, HR Consulting, HR Operations Audit, Human Resources, Human Resources consulting |

HR Audit: A tune-up for peak performance

Just like a car needs a regular check-up to maintain efficiency and avoid breakdowns, your Human Resources department can benefit greatly from a periodic audit. An HR audit is a systematic review of your organization’s HR policies, procedures, and practices. It acts as a diagnostic tool, identifying areas for improvement and ensuring compliance with ever-evolving […]

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Building bridges: Effective strategies for strong board relations and development in nonprofits

By on Mar 17, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, Community Support, HR Consulting, Human Resources consulting, Non Profit |

Building bridges: Effective strategies for strong board relations and development in nonprofits

A thriving nonprofit hinges on a robust partnership between its dedicated staff and the guiding hand of its board of directors.  While the board sets the strategic direction and provides governance oversight, the staff carries out the day-to-year operations that bring the mission to life. Here’s how to cultivate a strong and collaborative board, fostering […]

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Spring cleaning: Policy polishing

By on Mar 10, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, Government and Public Sector, Non Profit, Public Libraries |

Spring cleaning: Policy polishing

By: Asha Vyas, Training Content Specialist, Your Part-Time Controller, LLC ‘Policy polishing’ should be a scheduled part of your board’s annual agenda. Spring is a perfect time to dust off your policies and get started. Not only are policies the rules that govern the operational behavior of your organization, but they also represent a glimpse […]

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Strategic budgeting: Purpose-driven leadership

By on Feb 1, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, Government and Public Sector, Non Profit, Public Libraries |

Strategic budgeting: Purpose-driven leadership

By: Asha Vyas, Training Content Specialist, Your Part-Time Controller, LLC Empower your library with a strategic budget reflecting the tone and current landscape to directly address economic pressures with realism and creativity, potentially turning challenges into opportunities. Setting financial tone: Pragmatic efficiency Maximizing value and minimizing waste Optimize, streamline, and create efficiencies Calm confidence Stability […]

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Understanding fraud and current trends

By on Jan 7, 2024 in Best Practices, Blog, Government and Public Sector, Non Profit, Public Libraries |

Understanding fraud and current trends

By Asha Vyas, Training Content Specialist, Your Part-Time Controller, LLC Opportunity, pressure, and rationalization…these are the reasons behind an individual’s decision to commit fraud and libraries, nonprofits, and businesses are as vulnerable as any other institution. Fostering your strong ethical culture can mitigate fraud risk. Culture is reflected in the tone at the top. Add […]

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